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Rattle clicking sound coming from bottom drivers side near belts. mechanic said its a cracked belt. i hear a rattle after i close the door when the truck is not running.

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I know this is going to sound wierd but, locate the writing on the belt. If you are trying to stand there and read it, is it upside down to YOU? If it is, this is the cause. This is a trick I learned while working on Mercedes Benz. What year is your Rover?

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