The usual culprit is the a/c-p/s belt.the alternator belt is a ribbed design, & usually doesn't give trouble. You need to use a 1/2" breaker bar in the square hole on the P/S bracket. Loosen the other bolts on the bracket, use the breaker bar to applt pressure to tighten the belt. If the belt has been noisy for a while, it is usually glazed, & should be replaced with a new one. Just remember to re-tension the new belt after it has run for a while, or you'll have the same problem with squealing.
look in the instruction booklet
Tighten your tensioner pully. there should be a little bolt on one of your pullys.
If it's the alternator belt, loosen the bolts holding the alternator in place, then use something like a hammer handle to pry the alternator away from the engine which will tighten the belt. Hold the pressure on the alternator while tightening the bolts. This is a general procedure, not specific to 1996 dodge.
Loose or worn A/C drive belt. Tighten or replace. If serpentine belt, replace.
most cars have an adjuster pulley where you can tighten the belt and also replaceit as well.
How do you tighten the serpentine belt on an oldsmobile ciera
there is a belt tensioner pulley that maybe is not working correctly
You can do that by replacing the tensioner
There is a tensioner bolt that is connected to the alternator. You have to screw in the bolt, which will pull the alternator out and tighten the belt.
the belt is automatically tensioned by a spring loaded tensioner.
The belt has an automatic spring tensioner and can not be "tightened".
depending on the style of belt, on the alternator belt there is an adjustment just below the slider holding the alternator, you just simply tighten it until belt becomes tight.