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Old 10-06-2011, 07:45 PM   #1
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sounds like a belt squealing

ok mods dont know where to put this but move it where it needs to be plz. but my problem is i have a squealing noise coming from my truck that sounds like a belt squealing. i know its not the belt bcz i can put my truck in neutral and turn the truck off and drift it and it still is making this noise. i was hoping that it would be maybe a brake pad sticking so i changed the brake pads and it still does it. so then i thought maybe that the drive shaft needed some grease, put some in it and still squealing. does anyone know of what this could be or has anyone ever had this problem? i am totally stumped and so is my mechanic, we have no idea what this could be? someone plz help
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check your belt for cracks first off, that's a sign it's time to replace it. if no cracks on it, it's good to go and you could confidently rule that out as a possibility.
i hope you're able to find out what the issue is, goodluck !

cracks would look like this.
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carrier bearing.

Dust shield over the rotor.

thats all I got
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Throwout bearing? Does it stop when you press the clutch in? Otherwise it could be your idler pulley, water pump, power steering. anything that moves could have a bad bearing. Even the alternator.
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Throwout bearing? Does it stop when you press the clutch in? Otherwise it could be your idler pulley, water pump, power steering. anything that moves could have a bad bearing. Even the alternator.
he has an auto

OP just noticed you have a large lift and tires. you sure its not a wheel bearing or maybe some suspension joints?
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If you can put it in neutral and coast with the engine off then it is in the drivetrain. More than likely something is rubbing somewhere.
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Old 10-07-2011, 07:35 AM   #9
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how can i see if its the carrier bearing? it does sound like its coming from underneath the truck at some points
crawl under there and see if it has more than like 1/4" of play when you wiggle the drive shaft.
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Old 10-07-2011, 07:41 AM   #11
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if its not that I bet its the dust shield that is no the back of the brake rotor.

Just one question: does it squeel when stopped and the engine idling? or is it only when moving?
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The dust shield is the stamped steel plate behind the brake rotor. My guess is carrier bearing too unless it sounds a little more like fingernails on a chalkboard. If that is the case, u-joints, but any mechanic should pick that up right away.

2WD mode right?
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ok mods dont know where to put this but move it where it needs to be plz. but my problem is i have a squealing noise coming from my truck that sounds like a belt squealing. i know its not the belt bcz i can put my truck in neutral and turn the truck off and drift it and it still is making this noise. i was hoping that it would be maybe a brake pad sticking so i changed the brake pads and it still does it. so then i thought maybe that the drive shaft needed some grease, put some in it and still squealing. does anyone know of what this could be or has anyone ever had this problem? i am totally stumped and so is my mechanic, we have no idea what this could be? someone plz help
Why couldnt it be a belt at idle? idler bearing/belt slip?
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Why couldnt it be a belt at idle? idler bearing/belt slip?
because he said it only does it from 15mph and up.
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check bearings then. even ac compressor spooling down, its bearing.
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