Re: Belt squeel, HELP!!!
You also may have an old/defective battery also. You crank the engine up, battery works really hard to generate the energy for starter, meaning uses more of its energy, engine starts, let go of the key from START position.
Now, alternator comes up to speed to replenish what energy was used, battery, in general, accept a charge on their own terms, meaning rather an initial charge of 40-50 amps, then leveling off to less than 15 amps, battery is requiring more recharge current placing more load onto alternator via the belt, thus belt slips due to demand of alternator.
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