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Old 04-12-2007, 09:34 PM
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I replaced my timing and balancer belt yesturday. The car idles and drives perfectly. But now there is a high pitched whinning noise. I'm wondering if i tightened the timing and balancer belt too much. Also there is a slight vibration when i am accelerating. However if im driving at high speeds like on the freeway, it drives and feels fine. Any help would be wonderful. thank you.
 
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Old 04-12-2007, 10:07 PM
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Default RE: Timing Belt

as for the noise yes it could be that you overtighten the belts,,
as for the vibration, if it was not there before the work you performed.. . you could have the balancer shafts out of alignment ..
First thing i would do is to double chk all the work you did ,
there is some write ups with pictures on our DIY section , you might want to take a look there and see if anything looks different of how you installed yours
 
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Old 04-12-2007, 10:35 PM
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I did the timing belt ,balancer belt and the tensioners on my 99 LX 4 cylinder. I hadone or both belts too tight and there was a whining noise.I just got them adjusted correctly last weekend. It is totally silent now.
Search tensioners and you will find my posts about it.
 
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