Check the alignment of belt in relationship to all pulleys. Check the condition of the pulleys. Also make sure the belt being replace is the recommended size. Auto shops have belt measuring tools to check the size of the belt before installing into your vehicle. You may have had a belt installed that was too large in the first place. The squeaks are a sign of a loose belt or a belt not recommended for your vehicle.
I can't quiet answer this question as i have the exact same problem.The only 2 solutions i can think of is maybe the water pump is faulty or the pulley on the alternator is the wrong size.
Moans, Creaks, Whistles, Squeaks, Shrieks
check how easily your alternator spins. it should turn pretty freely also make sure youre using the proper size belt and not under/overtightening it
If it is a gas golf cart it has an alternator and if it is electric you have no need for an alternator. An alternator would require more power to turn that it would return to the batteries. So, you would get less distance out of the cart with an alternator installed. That is why electric carts do not come equipped with an alternator.
Knowing the year, make and model vehicle you have would help but, if it has a crankshaft sensor maybe the sensor or the sensor wiring got damaged.
your alternator my be going out
There is no fuse for an alternator.
You would probably toast the diodes in the alternator.
I would suggest that the diode bank in the alternator has failed.... Would suggest that you have the alternator services (in UK tis about £30 I would suggest that the diode bank in the alternator has failed.... Would suggest that you have the alternator services (in UK tis about £30
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Indicates a problem with the electrical charging system. Can be a bad battery, alternator, loose alternator drive belt, corroded battery connections, or ground connections. Normally this would indicate a problem with the alternator but not always. Most auto parts stores will check the system free of charge, if you buy the repair parts from them, which would only be appropriate.
Bunnies make sound, but don't do it often. When they do it it are squeaks of little screams.