There are "v" belts, "serpentine" belts and "timing" belts.
It will squeak
Almost impossible without a lot of work. Just get rid of the squeak by spraying all belts and pullies with belt dressing.
Yes, there are "v" belts, "serpentine" belts and "timing" belts.
Probably due to slipping when they get wet. Your belts might need to be changed.
what engine size? 2.0 soc does not have serpentine belts,has 2 serpentine timng belts. need engine size to help more.
It has 2 serpentine belts.
This is almost always caused by worn drive belts. Replace all the belts at the same time. If it has a serpentine belt, then replace it. Be sure and check the idler pulley to make sure the squeak is not coming from the idler pulley itself. Another possibility is a bad alternator, water pump, or power steering pump. Check them all.
because it's slipping. tension or replace.
Serpentine belts for cars may be purchased from auto parts stores like Auto Zone, while serpentine belts for vacuum cleaners may be found at stores like Bed Bath & Beyond. Businesses that service vehicles, such as Express Lube and Chicagoland Jiffy Lube, may also replace old serpentine belts.
The Serpentine Belt needs to be tightend with the tensioner pulley (Idler Pulley)
That is not true, there are 2 belts, one to power alt-water pump and one to power ac-power steering. They are both serpentine belts. There is no Serpentine belt on a 2.4 liter optima, there are 3 drive belts only
One serpentine, and one "v" belt.
yes the serpentine belt will be hot after running engine
the nova never had a serpentine belt in 1976, it had 2 belts on it unless it had air conditioning and then it had 3 belts.
Depends on year and engine. Any after 1996 have serpentine belts.
all new cars have serpentine belts for the most part.
Three: A timing belt and two serpentine belts. The timing belt drives the water pump and camshaft The serpentine belts drive the power steering, ac, and alternator.
This car doesn't have a serpentine belt. It has 2 drive belts.
Depending on how many miles are on your vehicle. If you have 35k or more you need to replace your serpentine belt or all of your accessory belts. And if you have 89k or more you need to replace your serpentine or accessory belts and your timing belt.
When you play higher, you tend to pinch the reed, which make the saxophone squeak .
usually serpentine belts get their tension(tightness) from the belt tensioner