as i pulled in to my garage yesterday, i heard squeaking sound coming from my engine. so with the engine running, i opened the hood. i examined where the sound was coming from and it was from the alternator pulley. so i got my WD-40 and sprayed some there and the sound went away.
my question is, should i have that examined by a professional or you think its okay?
i think it is the belt. cause yesterday when i got the WD-40, i couldn't find the straw that comes with it. so i didn't spray inside the pulley. i just sprayed around that area and the sound went away.
yea, i know those accords are sleepers... i just like my power down low off the line..
ive been good buddy, i see your like tripple platinum, almost diamond...
go to autozone, or advance, even nappa... you want a good v-rib belt! it should have alot of small grooves, to provide more protection against slippage... get the highest priced one, or 2nd highest... a Dayco belt should do the job...
also since depending on how your car is set up you might have to take the other belt off thats for i think power steering and water pump to get to the alt. belt so if you have to do that just change them both. i dont remember what year you have. but dont over tighten them because you will f u c k your bearings and stuff up.