This is a 2003 F-250 crew cab. It has almost 67,000 miles on it. The
sqeak goes away for about a week after the dealer replaces it. Sqeaks
more when the weather is cold and when the truck is cold. Squeaks
more at idle speeds than higher RPM. No signs of misalignment on
Any more details?
miles, type of truck prolly immaterial..
is it squeak (idle) or squeal (acceleration) or both
does changing belt help for more than one day? Or does it come right back
down the street.
look for wear on sides of belt, shows misalign.
Change alternator pulley, check alt alignment...
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