Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Dundee, IL
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Yes, there is a bearing in the pulley but it only turns when the clutch is disengaged. Once that pump is engaged that bearing does nothing. If you still get the squeal with the clutch in either state, then it's not the A/C compressor. Pull the belt and check each pulley by hand. I'm sure you'll find it's an idler pulley.
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