idle pulley tensioner on 1999 Dodge Durango

just replaced belt and tensioner and still have squeal noticed tensioner moving or wiggling is that normal? spray stops it for a minute then noise comes back.

by in Norristown, PA on January 15, 2011
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1 answer 4 comments
ANSWER by , January 15, 2011
Are you sure you put the belt on correctly?
COMMENT by , January 15, 2011
yes had it done at a service center
COMMENT by , January 15, 2011
Have the service center remove the belt and check all the belt driven accessories for free movement. You may have a belt drive item that starting to fail or even the possibility of a faulty new part!
COMMENT by , January 15, 2011
my real question is should the tensioner be moving back and for while running or be stationary?
COMMENT by , February 21, 2011
ive had the same problem and cant really find out why this pulley gives like it does. i have also had to replace the pulley to the right of the alternator due to a worn or broken bearing.