Join Date: Dec 2002
Location: Central Alabama, USA
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Possible, even on a low mileage truck like yours. There is an idler pulley that one can replace for about 20 bucks or refurbish with an new sealed bearing for 5 if you can press a bearing in an out. Entirely possible and highly likely regardless of low mileage is that the spring loaded belt tensioner is weak, a function of time tensioned more than miles, allowing the belt to misalign and squeal. Not a difficult R&R and around 100 bucks in parts.
The belt removal test RT recommended is the logical start, assuming nothing else is in contact with the belt.
2002 F250 7.3L PSD, bought new now at 226K miles, 4R100 Auto, Crew Cab, Short Bed, ITP Regulated Fuel Return system, ITP head to head SS oil cross over, Hutch in tank mod
Harpoon de tank vent, DIESELSITE Dahl 100 Pre-Pump Fuel Filter, DIESELSITE Return Fuel Line Cooler, DIESELSITE Engine Coolant Filter, DIESELSITE Auxilliary Transmission Cooler, DIESELSITE Gage Package, Pyro, Trans & Boost, Extreme Diesel AD injectors, Ford AIS Air Filter System, BTM straight through muffler, Moog Ball Joints, Rancho Shocks, Rotella ELC Coolant ,Stock Engine Program
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