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There are some belts made which have a slightly harder compound. Oil on the belt is a temporary and bad idea. You can reduce the noise temporarily with just pouring water on the belt. The lasting solution would be to change the belt. By the way the problem is not the car, so don't take it out on the car!
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My car is 2 yrs and 7 months old and I have done a little less than 22,000 Km. Is the engine still under warranty?
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