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Old 02-23-2007, 03:13 PM   #1
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I have a 1993 SSEI. I have recently done the thermostat, ac wires and plugs, ac O2 sensor. Replaced both belts, and changed the fuel filter. Now I am getting a weird chirp when the car is idleing. When I accelerate, the chirp goes faster, HELP? Its so annoying
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What is the best way to replace Vacuum lines?? Where can I get them?
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Could be one of the new belts. Remove one at a time and restart your engine to determine which one it is.
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Spray a TINY amount of WD-40 on each belt at idle. See if the chirp goes away. Sometimes new belts do that.

WD-40 isn't actually a lubricant. It'* a water-displacing solvent that has some short-term lubricity until it completely evaporates. It'* a good product to use to troubleshoot something like this, but a bad lubricant long-term.
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You don't mention it..did you change the PCV? If so, remove it and check the o rings.
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okay, ill do it sunday. Ill post back the results!!
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