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Loud winding noise from engine when running ( transmission is fine) gets louder while driving on freeway. could it be a belt? fan belt? alternator belt? is this an easy fix(if I were to do it myself) or repair costs?

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Hello sunshineyes2 and thank you for asking your question here on fixya.com.

I have actually written a general information article that will walk you through the general process of changing the fan belt on your
2004 Kia Spectra. It will also point you to the resources you need for getting the diagrams of how the belt needs to go back on. Belts usually cost less than $20 and take a few minutes to put them on.

Here is a link to that article:
How to change the fan belt on your
2004 Kia Spectra

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