intermitten squeek in engine. on 2002 Ford Ranger

It sound like a belt or idler. Have replaced belt tensioner and idler pulleys to no avail.

by in Goodlettsville, TN on March 05, 2013
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1 answer 4 comments
ANSWER by , March 05, 2013
have you repl belt? could be camshaft syn at rear of eng. very common its at rear where diat use to be
COMMENT by , March 05, 2013
Yes, also replaced idler and tensioner with pulley
COMMENT by , March 05, 2013
What engine u got?
COMMENT by , March 05, 2013
3.0 V6
COMMENT by , March 06, 2013
Gregs answer #1 but you need to get your mechanic to install the complete crank angle sensor as it has to be in sync.