When the engine is cold, check for serpentine belt condition and tension with a flashlight and your hand by pushing on the belt at about the halfway mark between pulleys. There should be 1/2 inch or less play in the belt. Also check for cracking along the inside surface ribs of all belts. There should be 3 total belts if you have air conditioning. Any cracking along the belt ribs and the belts should be replaced and properly tensioned. If the belts look ok so far, have a helper start the vehicle while you watch the pulleys with a flashlight. Any signs of a pulley that is not rotating with the engine is a sign of the component attached to the pulley begining to seize. Whether this is a power-steering pump, A/C compressor or other pulley driven item, it should be inspected or possibly replaced by a qualified individual.
It sounds like you have a belt that slips when you take off. This will cause a high pitched squeal.
I have a 99 and had a nasty squeal that would be intermittant upon acceleration, I changed the belts (upper and lower) and used Gatorbacks (belts by Goodyear), and the squeal is gone.. Don't know if this is the problem or not, but it will only cost you about 50 bucks and hour worth of your time to find out. Good luck!
After I had my belts replaced my a/c belt squealed the next day. But I returned to have it adjusted (mechanic said it probably would need it) and it's been fine since. Belts loosen up just a bit when new, I was told.
If the squealing noise is coming from the drive belts, perhaps they need to be replaced or one of the accessories has bad bearings and is seizing up when it gets hot.
Maybe because you did something that is hurting or annoying them. So if they squeal at it, dont do it again.
I would replace them, There probably worn out. Once they get alot of miles on them they get a coating also that makes them squeal.
There is no such thing as a circle prism. The closest thing to a circle prism would be a cylinder.
You may need to tighten your belts. The power steering unit can be low on fluid.
A prism cannot be used to name an ordered pair.
Because if it did not , it would not be a prism!
Incorrect tension, or contamination. A bad bearing in the alternator, A/C compressor, etc will cause excessive stress on the belt, and it will squeal as is slides over the stiff parts. Also, serpentine belts are very sensitive to grease or oil. DO NOT use traditional V-belt dressing on a serpentine belt. The least it will do is squeal. At worst, it will pop off while the engine is running and you're under the hood looking at something. They have quite the bite when they let go.
a prism is a prism if it can be cut into even cross sections. that is, if you sliced it in half, both faces would look the same. so, a cube is a prism but not a cone.
Like you would a regular prism.
There is afew things that can make it squeal like the belt is worn and old or power steering fluid low or pump going out.
It could be called a square prism but a more common name would be a cuboid.
A square prism would be oblong in shape, ie a cuboid.
It depends what shape the prism is ! A cuboid prism would be 24 cm3 - while a triangular prism with those measurements would be half the volume.
Hello, I have a 2002 Protege5 with the same problem. I am quite sure that it is the serpentine belt as the squeal started after I had both belts replaced at 60,000 miles. I would check to see if one of them is too loose. Good Luck!
If you triplied the height of a triangular prism, would that triple it volume
glass prism re used 4 physics practicals
A cube cannot be a rectangular prism, as the cross section of this prism would be a rectangle, as opposed to a square. A square prism (if that is what it is called) could be a cube, but is not necessarily.
The dimensions are the length width and height of the prism. So if the prism is halfed then you would have to cut the dimensions in half depending on where the prism was cut.