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Just had timing belt replaced on 2003 Sebring, making a rubbing noise inside timing belt housing is this normal and if not is it really serious.

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Both options can be true. Rubbing noise is not correct and must be corrected, something is amok.
So is it serious, typically not, but in a worst case deal, your belt could fail and that would render you stuck..

I would need to hear the noise to know for sure, lighter weight sound? maybe you could drive it back. heavier friction sounding? Park it. and call the shop.

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

  • Brenda Webb Eastman Mar 18, 2011

    It's a lighter weight sound and it doesn't seem to be there all the time.

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