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Noisey bearing on accessory belt pullies ? - 2004 Honda Accord

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Why is my car making whining noise by belts and pully


One of the accessory bearings could be going out
(I.E.-alternator,water pump,etc)If the noise is near an idler or tensioner pulley,it could also have a bad bearing.The best thing to do is remove the serpentine belt or release the tensioner pulley so the belt is loose,then you can spin each accessory pulley by hand and listen for the noise.You'll also feel the pulley dragging while you spin it and it might have a ratchety feel to it(in other words,as you're rotating the pulley you'll feel it spin somewhat freely and then it will feel as if its catching on something) If the belt itself is bad,it usually makes a squealing or chirping sound.If your vehicle has a vbelt drive with multiple belts,check the pullies the same way as described above and make sure the belts are all tight.A loose belt normally causes a squealing noise rather than a whining noise.Check your power steering fluid level too because the pump will whine if it gets low on fluid.

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My serpentine belt has fallen off my 1991 chrysler lebaron 6cyl a number of times with no cause that is obvious to me. Any suggestions on how I prevent this in the future?


Most likely the belt tensioner but very common for the belt to be mis-routed even when it looks right. Back side idler, if applicable, also could be the culprit. Like other posted reply, check the belt tension with finger or thumb as well.

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My engine upon starting squeals and gets louder when i accelerate, every once in s blue moon it will stop for a few mins or quiet down????? help


There are only 4 things that will cause a belt to squeal.
1. A bad/worn-out belt
2. A bad or misaligned pully or pulley bearing
3. A bad belt tensioner. (pulley, arm, pivot, or spring)
4. Malfunctioning or bad component (alternator, power steering pump, A/C compressor, etc.)

Remove the belt and check ALL pullies to make sure that they rotate smoothly and do not have any horizontal play in them (indicating worn-out bearings). Make sure that the tensioner pully swings freely and does not bind in its travel at any point and that it is properly aligned with the other pullies. A good way to check for proper alignment is to look at the belt position on the pullies with the engine running. If the belt is running on the edge of the pullies instead of in the center, it is usually caused by a bad belt tensioner or a bad bearing on one of the other pullies.

Check the belt for chunks missing, torn or cracked ribs or shiny "glazed" edges, ribs, or back.

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What does it mean when one pulley is not turning on my car the belts were changed and it makes a loud squeeking noise


Either the belt is so loose that the pulley isn't turning or perhaps the belt was overtightened to the point it "locked up" that particular accessory.

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The AC cooling ok, but has noisy sound.i have replaced the adjusting pully with the belt. and the noise still same,also noticed when AC on it cause load on the engine which i can feel. CAN YOU HELP AND...


it sounds like your ac pump clutch bearing are sezing up they will be noisey and the ac take around 30% effiencey from your engine when on so if the bearing are sezing up that will increase thats why you feel the car has a load on the engine

Aug 29, 2010 | 2003 GMC Yukon XL

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It sounded like the bearings in the altenator were going out so replaced the altenator and it is still making the noise


you need a stheascope or a long metal object, like a screwdriver with at least a 24" shaft

remove the accessory belt
pick a pulley and spin it by hand
while spinning the pully in question use your tool and place it on the part of the pulley you are spinning

you'll know which pulley is the problem becuase you will get a growl from the bearing

most common suspect would be the accessory belt tensioner

Apr 14, 2010 | 2003 Nissan Altima

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Noisey and recently smells like rubber. maybe a/c


You may have a frozen bearing on the tensioner or belt idler. This will cause the belt to burn and smell. I think you are on the right track. I would remove the belt and spin the idler and adjuster by hand to see that they are free and don't have excessive play in them. Replace as necessary.

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remove belt spin pullys if they are not noisey then replace belt that mostly 80% of the time the problem good luck.

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I have a high pitched noise which appears to be coming from front right engine compartment (as you are looking at the engine) which sounds kind of like a belt that is squealing. It is intermittent. Just...


Could be several things. WHICH ENGINE?.. 4 cylinder (has three belts, power steering/water pump, alternator & A/C compressor, one tensioner pully A/C compressor), The V6 2.7 (has only one belt, 1 Idler pully and 1 tensioner pully), the V6 3.5 has two belts - A/C/alternator, and power steering - there are two tensioner pullys). Noises can be caused by the belt(s) themselves, pullys, bearings, pully bearings, water pump shaft bearings (or belts/pullys rubbing up against something). Let's not forget that there is also belt(s) behind the Timing Belt cover as well as pullys and bearings associated with the timing system. You could start by removing one accy drive belt at a time (alternator, water pump, compressor, power steering, etc) to see whether or not the noise goes away in each case. If after each case, you discover the noise is still there, it's probably behind the timing belt cover (idler/tensioner pully, water pump shaft bearing, crankshaft bearing, etc.). Good Luck

Jun 29, 2009 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Squeaking noise front drivers side of engine


Loosen the belts [ you do not need to remove] so they are free of tension to all pulleys.Start engine , if noise goes away either belts were too loose [ common on lx 450] or you have a worn & noisey pulley /bearing.have seen idler pulley below alternator have dry / noisey bearing.Otherwise if idler is ok it has to be another belt driven assessory , ac clutch,water pump & or fan clutch.Good Luck.

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