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I don't know what to do. I have greased everything I can in clutch and it still squawks! HELP ME!
P.S. It is a bone stock '02 660cc.
 

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Are you using an OEM belt?
What is the measurement (width) of the belt?
Does the noise happen when moving or when sitting still?
Or does it just as you begin to press the throttle from stop?
 

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I don't know about the belt. I would assume it is factory. I will have to find out this afternoon. If I go easy on the throttle on flat ground it doesn't squawk. But if I just go on the throttle without being careful it squawks. Going uphill it doesn't matter what I do it squawks. Do I need a new belt. Also when I had the cover off everything inside had a layer of rubber on it. Is that normal. I am used to standards so CVT is about like trying to understand Greek. Thanks dezz.
 

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Measure your belt width. It's probably worn out, and this can cause a noise when you first start moving.
Additionally, an aftermarket belt might do it as well. OEM belt is the best.
 

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Measure your belt width. It's probably worn out, and this can cause a noise when you first start moving.
Additionally, an aftermarket belt might do it as well. OEM belt is the best.
I didn't get it measured today. I will check on getting a new belt. Thanks dezz.
 

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I don't know about the belt. I would assume it is factory. I will have to find out this afternoon. If I go easy on the throttle on flat ground it doesn't squawk. But if I just go on the throttle without being careful it squawks. Going uphill it doesn't matter what I do it squawks. Do I need a new belt. Also when I had the cover off everything inside had a layer of rubber on it. Is that normal. I am used to standards so CVT is about like trying to understand Greek. Thanks dezz.
I've had a few clutch covers off and don't recall seeing rubber coated on everything. If your not sure of the belt a good idea would be to replace it with OEM and then you know it's not the problem.
 

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Alright thanks guys. I will look at a getting a new belt. The rubber might be from the previous owner driving it like they stole it. I wouldn't be surprised if I get a new belt that I might have a good power boost. Lol.
 

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...... If I go easy on the throttle on flat ground it doesn't squawk. But if I just go on the throttle without being careful it squawks. Going uphill it doesn't matter what I do it squawks. Do I need a new belt. Also when I had the cover off everything inside had a layer of rubber on it. Is that normal. I am used to standards so CVT is about like trying to understand Greek. Thanks dezz.
You will get much better results if you always include all the info about the problem, like you have in this quoted post.
Putting the Griz in gear or just taking off is a whole different squawking noise than what you are now describing.

There should be very little if any rubber on the CVT case. So that is not good. Clean everything. Get a new OEM belt.

In your other post you indicated that you greased the shafts of the primary and secondary. Just greasing the shafts of either is not going to fix the squawk for very long. First in the primary neither the fixed or the movable sheave rotates around or on the shaft nor does the collar. The fixed sheave, collar and camplate are stationary on to the clutch housing shaft. They rotate with the shaft. The movable shave also rotates with all of these parts. The movable sheave only slides on the collar otherwise it is locked in place by the camplate. The grease inside the collar only lubes the primary seals

The secondary is locked to the transmission shaft. It does not rotate on this shaft it turn this shaft.
To correctly service the squawk that the secondary causes you need to disassemble the secondary. Clean all the grease off. Check that the guide pins and slots are not worn. Check that the secondary rotates and slides freely. Replace with new grease.

Clean all the sheave faces while they are apart.
 

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I have read to grease the primary but not the secondary. I have regreased the primary. I want to confirm that I need to grease the secondary. I already plan on getting belt. I will clean the housing. Thanks.
 
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