Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
I have a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica and the belt is squealing away, they car has 50k on it and I purchased it used, I tried belt dressing and still is squealing, I am unaware of how old the belt is but on visual inspection there are no cracks within the belt itself along the groves, I did read somewhere the 2004's had problems with squealing belts if thats the case does anyone know the fix? As well should I just try replacing the belt first as I am unaware of how old the belt itself is and then go from there... it it isn't a new belt is what it needs to fix the problem could it possibly be a bad tensioner pully??? Thanks to all who answer
I would try replacing the belt first because it is a cheaper fix. Are you certain it is the belt? Have a mechanic check your alternator. It could be that actually making the noise. I had a vehicle that made noises and it turned out to be a water pump going bad. I hate car problems!
Posted on May 15, 2008
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