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kikey
i have just had my timing belt replaced and new tensioner my car has started to make a very faint squealing noise when it gets to normal running temp i have taken it back to the garage and all the belts and pulleys ect were fine any ideas would be a great help thanks kike its a 2002 1.8 turbo diesel estate
SierraYankee99
[quote name='kikey' post='49550' date='Nov 17 2009, 11:44 PM']i have just had my timing belt replaced and new tensioner my car has started to make a very faint squealing noise when it gets to normal running temp i have taken it back to the garage and all the belts and pulleys ect were fine any ideas would be a great help thanks kike its a 2002 1.8 turbo diesel estate[/quote]

Probably the tensioners faulty. If the noise has only developed since it was changed, chances are thats where the fault lies.
kikey
[quote name='SierraYankee99' post='49734' date='Nov 19 2009, 12:27 PM']Probably the tensioners faulty. If the noise has only developed since it was changed, chances are thats where the fault lies.[/quote]
thanks for the reply but they tried a new tensioner and noise still there some one said that it might be an air pipe to the turbo that they may have damaged they are going to have a look


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