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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Squeaking near belt area
First, to start out free, I would take your old belt loose and check all your pulleys to see if they feel like they are grinding or making any noise. Sometimes the squeak is from your belt pulleys that have bad bearings. These are usually easily changed by just removing a bolt. If all your pulleys seem to be good I would change the belt. Be sure go get a higher quality belt. Gates and Goodyear make really good belts. If you get a cheap belt, you will be right back where you started. Also most parts stores carry a 1 year warranty on their belts and they will honor the warranty if the belt starts squeaking.
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Posted on Feb 06, 2009
possible sway bar links, strut bearing plates (they sit on top of the strut), ball joints, tie rod ends. If the you can make it squeek by pushing up and down on the front, have someone do this while trying to narrow where the noise is coming from.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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