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My 2001 chevy cavaier z24 has a squeeling noise when idling and accelerating. seems to happen when its cold outside. coming from the serpentine belt area any help out there?

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This means that you need to have your belt replaced. The sound is coming from the belt itself because it is worn. The belts are not too expensive and are fairly easy to replace if you are a DIY guy.

Posted on Mar 15, 2011

  • mikekike22 Mar 15, 2011

    Thanks for your help I just wasn't sure if it was more than the belt ie. tensioner or water pump etc. but I change that belt out see if it cures the squeeling. Thanks again

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