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What may cause a squeaky noise when you accelerate a Honda?

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2009-09-14 14:51:30
2009-09-14 14:51:30
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My guess would be serpentine drive belt. Also a pulley might be going out or possibly out of alignment.you may also have a bearing that is about to let go

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You did not define "squeaky" but if there is a shrill noise when you startup or accelerate under engine load then it could be your serpentine belts slipping. Take a look at the 3 belts and see if they are glazed (shiny). If so then it is best to replace them.

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Have the charging system tested, I'm thinking maybe alternator is over charging and causing the belt to slip on acceleration.


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