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  • avatar zaken1 01/15/12 7:26 pm PST

    This noise comes from one or more loose drive belts. The alternator belt is the most common. At this age; the belts should be inspected for cracks and wear before deciding to just adjust their tension. I would avoid buying cheap belts. Goodyear is the best; with Gates a close second.

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  • zaken1 01/15/12 7:26 pm PST

    This noise comes from one or more loose drive belts. The alternator belt is the most common. At this age; the belts should be inspected for cracks and wear before deciding to just adjust their tension. I would avoid buying cheap belts. Goodyear is the best; with Gates a close second.

  • rpaul3 01/15/12 8:39 pm PST

    I assume you mean in the engine compartment - possibles - alternator bearing,idler pulley/s, anything else that is turned by the belt.

    also check power steering fluid

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