Squeaky Serpentine Belt?

Answer

To stop a squeaky serpentine belt, simple add some lubricant to it. You can spray or wipe the lubricant and let it sit for about a half an hour. Afterwards, test it out and see if the squeaky sound has stopped. If not, reapply more lubricant.
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1. Open the hood with the engine running and shine the flashlight on the belt. Inspect the belt for any heavy glazing on the belt surface. If any glazing exists, you may need to replace
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Either the belt is worn out or the tensioner is defective.
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It seems that the belt tensioner isn't doing its job, and possibly pulleys are bent or misaligned. It's also possible that a bearing on one of the accessories may be stiff and putting
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Each vehicle has its own way of changing belts, but generally you can replace a serpentine belt by using a socket wrench to turn the belt tensioner to loosen the serpentine belt so
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