Question about 1992 Isuzu Trooper
During acceleration It would be suspect that the belt may be slipping. Give that a good loking over. If the belt is old or cracked the tensioner may not be able to keep enough pressure on it. Ck the tensioner and maybe changing the belt would be a good idea. Unless it is new.
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