I plan on figuring it out today one way or another, but I wanted another opinion just in case I am missing something.
it is my opinion that the tension-er idler bearing could be dry or have some dirt inside it, but I am hoping that I can just soak the bearing in transmission fluid for an hour or so, pull the side off the bearing and spray some lithium grease in there, replace the side of the bearing and reinstall the whole thing back on the car. Hopefully that will take care of the squealing until I can get a new tension-er idler bearing or even the whole bracket assembly.
Again thanks for the help
have the same problem?
Friday, November 17th, 2017 AT 11:30 AM