Squeaky Belts on a Car?

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Squeaky belts on a cars are the sound produced from the cars belt due to slips on the accessory's pulley. This sound is mostly heard when the vehicle begins to accelerator from a stopped position. The remedy to squeaking belts is by tighten the tension on the belt.
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It could mean the beginning of the end for your belt or the idler pulley, have them both checked out.
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Power wash your engine with GUNK orange engine cleaner. many times, squeaky belts are caused by the dripping of engine oil from leaking gaskets or engine seals. Cleaning it will restore
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