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現在のバージョン作成者: oldturkey03 ,

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joshuaahopkins that is one of those where you could be chasing the rabbit down the rabbit hole. Let's make the assumption that this is not caused by your alternator. You do want to make sure you have the right belts and that the belts are not riding to high. Adjust the belt tension properly. Let us know if the squealing is different if you turn the AC on/off. Check all the pulleys since I seem to remember that they do not have a Woodruff key holding them on the shafts. Check all those pulley bolts. Remove your belts separately to see if that changes the noise. I do believe it has separate belts for power steering, AC and alternator which should at least get you a bit closer to where the noise originates from. and check the bearing by moving things by hand. Use a mechanic stethoscope to see if you hear any grinding etc. See if you can feel any grinding or have some wobble when you move those. The squealing on my 1982 240D was caused by a bad water pump bearing.
joshuaahopkins that is one of those where you could be chasing the rabbit down the rabbit hole. Let's make the assumption that this is not caused by your alternator. You do want to make sure you have the right belts and that the belts are not riding to high. Adjust the belt tension properly. Let us know if the squealing is different if you turn the AC on/off. Check all the pulleys since I seem to remember that they do not have a Woodruff key holding them on the shafts. Check all those pulley bolts. Remove your belts separately to see if that changes the noise. I do believe it has separate belts for power steering, AC and alternator which should at least get you a bit closer to where the noise originates from. and check the bearing by moving things by hand. Use a mechanic stethoscope to see if you hear any grinding etc. See if you can feel any grinding or have some wobble when you move those. The squealing on my 1982 240D was caused by a bad water pump bearing.

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オリジナル投稿者: oldturkey03 ,

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joshuaahopkins that is one of those where you could be chasing the rabbit down the rabbit hole. Let's make the assumption that this is not caused by your alternator. You do want to make sure you have the right belts and that the belts are not riding to high. Adjust the belt tension properly. Let us know if the squealing is different if you turn the AC on/off.  Check all the pulleys since I seem to remember that they do not have a Woodruff key holding them on the shafts. Check all those pulley bolts. Remove your belts and check the bearing by moving things by hand. Use a mechanic stethoscope to see if you hear any grinding etc.  See if you can feel any grinding or have some wobble when you move those. The  squealing on my 1982 240D was caused by a bad water pump bearing.

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