Everytime i start my car the belt on the right side of the engine squeels for about a minute. Any suggestions of what it could be and how i could fix it?


Asked by Jan 06, 2010 at 09:51 PM about the Eagle Talon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

There is are a few belts near (in the picture right head light) the left head light that every time i start my car they squeel for about a minute.  I have no idea what they are or what could be making them do this. If you might know, let me know any thing that could help. thanks

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i also live in minnesota...its cold here in case you didnt know.

it could the belt, a bad tenchiner, a bad pully, or even a loose bolt that holds you asseseries in place. these are the most common causes i could think of. 2 of them is more common then the other 2.


Change the belt.


Ck your Idler or tension pulley.


Yeah Its more than likly a bad tensioner (sorry for bad Spelling)

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