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Re: Long squeeck(sp?) coming from engine bay

Looks more as the serpentine belt or tensioner, did you have a look at it yet? The indicator mark 1 on the tensioner should be between the minimum tension mark 2 and maximum tension mark 3. (see attached picture)
The belt is not dirty with oil or other liquid?
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Re: Long squeeck(sp?) coming from engine bay

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Looks more as the serpentine belt or tensioner, did you have a look at it yet? The indicator mark 1 on the tensioner should be between the minimum tension mark 2 and maximum tension mark 3. (see attached picture)
The belt is not dirty with oil or other liquid?
I've been searching for info on removing the belt tensioner. We are rebuilding a 4.7 for a 2000 WJ and need to remove the tensioner to get to a bold under it to complete the motor disassembly. The housing is labelled "do not remove". Any suggestions?
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Re: Long squeeck(sp?) coming from engine bay

You can easily remove the tensioner by removing the central bolt from the fixed housing. You should NOT try to dismantle the tensioner, because of the high tension spring inside. But as long as you only remove the bolt, there is nothing to worry about.
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Re: Long squeeck(sp?) coming from engine bay

Can you tell if there is a slight movement in the vehicle? If I am at a full stop and take slight pressure off the pedal I hear a squeak, I always thought it was the pads rubbing on the rotors. Happens mainly when its cold. Do you have the orignial Teves calipers?
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