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What can you do about belts that make noise when the motor is cold?


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2004-12-21 07:16:03
2004-12-21 07:16:03

It will drive you "nuts" eh? I know, with the junk I drive, it's the least of my worries- but- go to the parts store, and ask them for a can of belt dressing to quiet your drive belts. Just follow the directions on the can.

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