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There is a very loud squeal until the new fanclutch engages around 3000 rpms. Any suggestions?

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When that was happening with mine we found out the hard way that the alternator was going out. When we replaced it after it died, the squeal went away.

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IDLER PULLEY MAYBE ! OR JUST LOOSE BELT.

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to work it out
you have top know the diff ratio, wheel tyre circumference to be able to work from rpms of the engine to road speed
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