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squeaking under the hood.

I have just started to notice some squeaking under the hood. Not belt squeal, but actual squeaking while the truck is running. Bearing maybe?

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Does the noise go away when you take the serpentine belt off? If so, try turning all of the pulleys by hand to see if one is sticking or loose.

Belt tensioner pulley or idler pulley would be my first suspects.

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yea beat me to it, the 6.o belt tensioner likes to have a bearing go out, at least my work truck did, I think jeff said somethin bout his too just dont rember

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hm.... okay. I will check it out as soon as I can and let ya know whats up.

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Yeah, I have a squeak as well. It is not that bad and goes away pretty quickly. I know it is one of my pulleys, just gotta get in there and fix it soon.


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Probably the 6.0. Maybe try putting in a 7.3. Should fix it right up.


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Probably the 6.0. Maybe try putting in a 7.3. Should fix it right up.
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