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My 2006 toyota corolla making a screechy sound when I start up, like after overnight, especially when I first start driving, then it goes away. When I went back hour or so later, it didn't do it. Is it a belt of some sort & what is this going to cost me?

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If the belt is not damaged .it may just want to be tightened

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Screechy sound is sign of a belt trouble. Its worn or slack. Have it checked. Sorry I can't help with the price though.

Posted on Sep 11, 2011

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