… and the owners’ group said…
Start by checking the belt tension on the raw water pump. You should be checking it regularly when you check the oils anyway …. and adjust as required.D Jones, Brighton.
you can always isolate the Sound by holding a length of garden hose to your ear and carefully pointing it in the direction of the different areas that might be squeaking to help determine a little bit more clearly where the offending squeak might be squeaking fromG Walsh.
It is most likely the belt slipping. It may just need adjusting. It also could be the water pump, bearings, or your alternator bearings. Start be tightening the the belt and then take it one step at the time. The impeller does not cause the problem, it would just destroy itself.H Erhard, Philippines.
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