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Old 01-07-2013, 02:19 PM   #1
MattB488
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Alternator/serpentine belt?

I have a 2000 focus se, when driving everything works fine, however if I have the blower on or the headlights and drive through a muddle and it splashes under the car, everything "bogs" down for a few seconds and the lights get real dim (high beams were dimmer than lows are normally) and the blower sounded as it nearly shut off. After a few seconds there's a loud squeal and then everything begins to run normal again. What do you guys think it is?


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