Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
Take a piece of cardboard tubing, and lean in good and close (But don't get your hair or head sucked into the fan or belt). Point the tubing directly at the belt/pully, and make sure it is not at the body of the pump. Listen good and close. Can you hear the noise from there? Move it over, and listen to the front body of the pump. Can you hear the noise better from here? Get some belt dressing, and put it on the belt. If it goes away, your pulley/belt may be a little elderly, time to replace the belt. If it doesn't ... be careful, it may be about time to replace the P/S pump main bearing.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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