2000 Ford Ranger • 6 cylinder 2WD Automatic • 140,000 miles
I have a 2000 ford ranger and its making a squeeling sound at the front of the motor. I noticed that the pully that the belt just rides on(don't know if you call it a idler pully or a guide pully)moves in & out some, could that be the cause of the squeeling sound?
What condition is the belt in?
The belt is in great condition, It just started making this noise a few days ago!
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Sorry about the delay in response, sometimes serpentine belts can be noisy even if the look ok, what i would do is remove the belt paying close attention to the tensioner making sure it moves freely(putting tension on belt, then once remove hand spin each component( idler,power steering pump,a/c if it has,alternater etc. to see if any thing is noisy, if not i would lean towards a belt. as far as play in the idler pully if it is excessive it should be replaced. hope this helps. i will be on here for about another hour if you have any questions.
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