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Old 01-12-2013, 07:25   #16
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Originally Posted by TransAm-98 View Post
Moisture on the pulleys can cause a chirp. But most of the time on LSx engines it's because of a tired idler pulley or tensioner.
In my case putting a single drop of water on the grooved side of the belt eliminates the noise.

I tried putting a drop of water on each pulley - and on top of the belt - still have the chirp. but as soon as the water hits the grooves - no more chirp.

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