i replaced my belt on my truck and still hear some squiling somthing like that. Could it be my tenson pully. thanks and what would it coast to be replaced
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2003 GMC Sonoma
Answer #1Protech2989 April 22, 2009, 15:44Journeyman
It would be best to remove serpentine belt again and inspect/ rotate all pulleys for a possible bad bearing. Any rough pulley as it spins and excessive play would indicate a bad bearing.
Answer #2Visitor, May 26, 2010, 07:54
I've had the exact same problem, come to find out that my compressor is going out- the bearings that rotate are going out- it cost me about 900 dollars to fix, I had the belt changed to save time and money.