My car after driving for a little bit starts
making a high pitch squealing noise if i
press the gas it goes away when i let off
the gas it comes back ive done replaced
the belt could this be a pully or water pimp
or alternator? Ive had people tell me all of
those and idk what to replace
When the belt got replaced, the idler pulleys should have ben checked, so it sounds like they were not. Take the belt off and inspect the pulleys. Also a worn belt tensioner would cause a squeal.
Or a belt tensioner. Maybe pop the hood after its doing it, pump the gas in park and let the another person see if they can locate it. Sometimes if its a pulley or tensioner you may be able to see its crooked or off center.
Needs to be located and fix before your new belt get ate alive.
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