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I have changed the belt. now they say its a pulley making the annoying sound. i don't know which pulley it is. it seems like it is the one on the lower left. but i don't know what that is called.

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Alot of times that will be the tensioner pulley or just teh single pulley by itself. One way to try to check to see which one it is is to removed the belt. all pulleys should turn freely and not wobble.Good Luck!!

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