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Old 01-01-14, 06:09 PM   #1
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Just noticed wen i have my heaters on full and idle for a while then rev i get a quick squeal from the belt. Is this a sign.of a worn belt or could it be from my fuel leak issue.
Im unsure but may just change anyway. It also drops the speed of the heater.when.i go through a puddle at drivers side until.i rev up get a squeak then back to normal

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Old 01-01-14, 07:31 PM   #2
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Sounds like belt slip when wet/under load. Check belt is not worn and bottoming out on pulleys or brittle with age.

Cheap to change and worth it, I found when they snap you are lucky to get 20 miles before dash lights up like a Christmas tree and car shuts down/stops
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Whats an about right price for a garage to change it

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Easy job to do 15mm spanner for tensioner is about all you need
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Also draw a picture of its route as people forget the way it should go
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Push tensioner back with a 15mm spanner then slip the belt off.

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even with my belt fully extended i couldnt just slip on the new belt

i routed it around everything except the bottom pulley and turned the engine over to get the belt on
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I routed it around everything but the crank pulley then pushed the tensioner back which allowed enough room to slip it round the crank pulley

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