Tinny front of engine noise on 2000 Pontiac Montana

Could it be water pump or timing belt problem? Thanks

by in Rockford, MI on April 15, 2009
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2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by , April 15, 2009
yes and yes. Have it checked out very soon, if something fails, it can do some expensive damage. Consider the sound a very important warning!
COMMENT by , April 15, 2009
Bret, turned out to be air-conditioner pullies not used in Michigan for a while. They told him to just put the air on at the lowest level and let them adjust. What a garage they are!!! Regardless, I told my brother to replace the water pump and timing belt anyway. They didn't charge him anything for their advice.
ANSWER by , August 29, 2010
another possibility is the belt tensioner. if it makes noise too long, then it just flys apart.