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#1: chirping upon acceleration

Posted on 2006-07-22 00:01:11 by Bob

When I accelerate even slightly in my '94 XL I hear a chirping sound.
Like a bird. It goes away immediately when I ease off the accelerator
pedal. Doesn't affect performance, just annoying and maybe something on
it's way out? Any ideas/suggestions appreciated. thanks.

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#2: Re: chirping upon acceleration

Posted on 2006-07-22 00:50:16 by Art McClinton

Very interesting that this appears next to the belt tensioner. In my 97
the chirping sound went away when I replaced the belt tensioner.

Bob wrote:
> When I accelerate even slightly in my '94 XL I hear a chirping sound.
> Like a bird. It goes away immediately when I ease off the accelerator
> pedal. Doesn't affect performance, just annoying and maybe something on
> it's way out? Any ideas/suggestions appreciated. thanks.

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#3: Re: chirping upon acceleration

Posted on 2006-07-22 23:02:20 by Bob

Art McClinton wrote:
> Very interesting that this appears next to the belt tensioner. In my 97
> the chirping sound went away when I replaced the belt tensioner.
>
> Bob wrote:
>
>> When I accelerate even slightly in my '94 XL I hear a chirping sound.
>> Like a bird. It goes away immediately when I ease off the accelerator
>> pedal. Doesn't affect performance, just annoying and maybe something
>> on it's way out? Any ideas/suggestions appreciated. thanks.

Yeah, I suspect the tensioner but I replaced it about 30,000 miles ago
(when the truck had about 40,000 miles on it). Do these things typically
have a short life span?

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