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Uploaded on Dec 1, 2009
BELT CHIRP: A sharp, high-pitched, repetitive noise of short duration, usually worse at low engine speeds (idle). As belt speed increases, the belt noise may blend into one audible noise, but most likely will diminish in intensity such that it wont be detected. Most chirp noises occur as a short belt span enters into a grooved pulley, typically after exiting a backside pulley. Follow our video for troubleshooting tips and possible solutions. Visit http://www.daycoW.com for additional information.