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Yeah. Sorry brother, it could be a hundred things. It's all guessing until we can hear it for sure.
No problem, just glad people on forums are helpful and knowledgable. Helps a lot and keeps me from having to keep bringing it to a shop

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Is you belt tight?
Yeah, belts right. Looks like it needs replacing soon but it has good tension. No slack anywhere
 

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That's what we are here for. There are some guys here that are great.
 

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Lol. Pat on the back for all of us. His car started. We didn't sign up for more issues. Lol. Jp OP. we got ur back.
 

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I hate say this but I think that was a dowel pin wedged in your starter. Probably another one is still floating around your flywheel. If after the oil change and pulley checks, you still hear screech, you may have to check the flywheel.
 

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I hate say this but I think that was a dowel pin wedged in your starter. Probably another one is still floating around your flywheel. If after the oil change and pulley checks, you still hear screech, you may have to check the flywheel.
I'm hoping for the best and hope that's not the issue but when I should that little piece to a friend, he was saying the same thing.

Does it make my situation worse to keep starting the car? Just asking because I wouldn't want to make it worse by doing the oil change and then start it, loosen the belt and check pulleys and then start again
 

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I'm hoping for the best and hope that's not the issue but when I should that little piece to a friend, he was saying the same thing.

Does it make my situation worse to keep starting the car? Just asking because I wouldn't want to make it worse by doing the oil change and then start it, loosen the belt and check pulleys and then start again
Is the pin tapered, or straight?
 

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Haha sounds good. Are those bearings easy to obtain to replace the one that came out
Hard to say without seeing it, they more than likely came from around the main shaft. You won't know till you get into it, what ever it is, it'll be obvious.
 
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