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I have a friend who has a 1995 Mazda 626 when she puts it in gear the pulleys start making noise . When put in reverse its the back pulley when put in drive it is both the back pulley and top pulley . It sound like metal on metal .I also notice when it is put in gear thew engine moves a little.

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Sounds like you may have some collapsed engine mounts.Let me know.

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