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  1. 3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    The serpentine belt on my 1996 3.8L Grand Caravan has suddenly started squeaking very loudly. Pouring a little water on the belt makes the squeak immediately stop, so I know it's the belt rather than a tensioner. But I worried that a tensioner was off somehow, making the belt shift its...
  2. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    I'm at wits end a few months ago i heard a small squeak coming from the belt so when the oil was changed at Midas they checked it recommended a new pulley so I said okay they also changed the belt. All was well for a a few weeks. Took it back changed out the belt and the tensioner went away and...
  3. 5th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2008-2020
    Hi All, My front brakes have been making a squeak noise when stopping at slow speeds. I have taken the brakes apart, cleaned everything, greased the guides and the back of the pads. The damn squeak is still there. Any ideas?
  4. 3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    Hi, I have a 3rd-generation 3.3L while my Haynes manual reports "a dynamic tensioner automatically maintains the correct belt tension". But I'm experiencing a noticeable squeak that seems to be coming from that area. It varies with engine speed and seems to be worse in the rain. It's not always...
  5. 5th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2008-2020
    My T&C (close to 80,000 miles) just started a squeak that drives me up the wall. I'd describe it as a combination of a cricket and somebody scratching there finger nails on a blackboard. It usually occurs on slightly rough paved roads at speeds above 35, (I think it is a its worst between 35...
  6. 3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    Hello. My 1997 T&C has about 115,000 miles on it. Lately, when driving, I pick up a slight intermittent squeak coming from the front wheel area. It sounds like a brief squeak, once per revolution of the wheel. Any idea as to what that might be? Thanks in advance,
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