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Strange sound I hear a clucking sound near the pulley,what could this be?

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That goes to show you that you **** as a mechanic

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I have a 05 Forenza Wagon that made a clucking sound. I had to replace my auto tensioner when something went wrong with it and it broke. First I heard a high pitch sound as i was driving on the freeway and then the clucking. Finally, the auto tensioner got so loose it threw the serpentine belt off and shredded it.

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