Da Dude that knows Dudes
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Myrtle Beach, SC
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Seeing as how you probably dont wanna keep.around a stock of foot powder for your car, i would look for a small leak dripping on the belt, or possibly wetting a pulley. The foot powder might only work for so long. Use a bright white flashlight to help see moisture, it shpuld reflect nicely off of those black pullies and matte grey timing cover. One item i actuallt found works is a belt conditioner, use VERY little or it wont help. CRC Belt Conditioner fixed my squeak, applied it once every oil change, regardless of noise.
I dont care what you drive, i dont care about the motor under your hood, or the tires that grip the pavement. I care about the driver, and if they have a good attitude, they are a friend to me!