i have a squeak i cant find. Changed belt pulleys water pump still squeaks when it warms up

Asked by Feb 18, 2007 at 01:18 PM about the Ford Taurus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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17,645

Hello, What year is your Taurus? Thanks, CarGrrl

205

possibly the idler pulley bearing or alternator bearing. be very careful and listen with a long screwdriver.

435

sometimes its nothing....some cars just squeak for no reason...it doesnt mean there is something wrong w/ ur car

735

if its a squeal similar to a belt noise and this is a 3.0 its a cam synchronizer. replace both the synchro and sensor, but i would recomend having a trained tech do the repair, alignment tools are needed for this replacement. improper alignment can lead to altered timing, driveability issues, and possible parts damage. parts are about 250-300bucks for both

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