Honda Accord 1987 Problems

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Squealing belts

Answered by CarsGuide 12 Dec 2003

Are all the pulleys turning as they should? It could be the belts are slipping because one of the pulleys isn't turning freely, or turning at all. Another possibility is that a slipping belt has worn a pulley to the point where it doesn't have a good grip. If that's the case, try scuffing the pulley with some sandpaper or similar abrasive material to rough the surface up a little. But I would check first for a pulley that isn't turning freely.

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