Squeeling Nosie - Laguna

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charlie_boy
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Squeeling Nosie - Laguna

Post by charlie_boy » 03 Mar 2003, 18:45

Many thanks for repsonses with reagrds to my dilemma with the cam belt guard.
My 1999 'T' 1.8 Laguna 16V has starting squeeling a little when I'm driving around, but then suddenly stops after about 15mins. I had my fan belt changed in June 2002,and a cambelt in Dec 2002. ANy ideas what it can be. t sounds like a bird in my engine. Temperature of the engine seems ok, always around half way on the dial. It aint to noisey, but irritating. Does it when stationary as well. Is it serious?
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Post by chris waud » 06 Apr 2003, 17:10

Dear Charlie Boy,
I've got the same problem with my Clio petrol 1.2. Take a read of my post (author-chris waud). It won't solve your problem as I am confused by it as well. If you hear anything let me know and I will do the same.
Regards,
Chris Waud.
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Post by MAD » 09 Apr 2003, 01:14

try changing the auto tensioner and accessory belt.Be careful as it will come off if not fitted correctly
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Post by martyhopkirk » 11 Sep 2003, 12:09

<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by charlie_boy</i>

Many thanks for repsonses with reagrds to my dilemma with the cam belt guard.
My 1999 'T' 1.8 Laguna 16V has starting squeeling a little when I'm driving around, but then suddenly stops after about 15mins. I had my fan belt changed in June 2002,and a cambelt in Dec 2002. ANy ideas what it can be. t sounds like a bird in my engine. Temperature of the engine seems ok, always around half way on the dial. It aint to noisey, but irritating. Does it when stationary as well. Is it serious?
<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"></blockquote id="quote"></font id="quote"><font color="purple"></font id="purple"> My 96 1.8 squeals like a stuck pig, it turns out the tension on my fan belt (alternator belt) was too tight putting pressure on the main bearing of the alternator. slackend off slightly to give 1/2 ince of free play and hey presto - squeal gone. May be related, may not. Good luck.
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