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I replaced the serpentine belt on my 2002 accura rsx type s it sqeaks and seems loose, is there any way to tighten it....tks

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I don't Have a manual for this. But in most cases with A serpentine belt the belt trencher is automatic and could be Warren out other then that look see if a pulley bearing could be getting bad .it is also possible you got a defective belt Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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SOURCE: I replaced the serpentine belt on my 2002 accura

The tentioner should keep the belt at the right tention. Are you sure its the belt? I had some squeaking in my 05' RSX and replaced the Tentioner Pulley and the squeaking went away. Maybe this could be the same case. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 13, 2010

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