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My 1997 plymoth voyager is making a loud squeaking sound . i changed the tension pully just the pully not the hole thing was good for 2 weeks and now its back even worse . what could this be and can i fix it my self?

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If you didn't replace the belt at the same time, it is likely the belt that is causing the noise even if it "looks" ok, I'd suggest you replace it.

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