Sorry done that and still the whirring persists.
could it be something that is totally ok and just develops in micros as they get older do you think?
What are repercussions if I ignore it.. Could it do major damage to the engine or running of car. Or just be inconvenient when it finally breaks, whatever it is that will break eventually
Not quite sure about that... When belt is on it makes the noise and when removed it stops whirring sound, does that mean that maybe the wrong tension belt has been fitted Have nissan modified their belts and parts for the micra
The belt has not been revised, and if you can twist the belt sideways (90 degrees) then it's not too tight.
I know it does, none of the accessories or pullies are moving when the belt is ON, so it's pretty obvious when refitted that the belt or accessories now in action are at fault.
WORST case scenario you lose power steering or alternator power or both.
Your not looking at any major form of engine damage.
Please do correct the previous rating and leav me a kind one as I am more than willing to continue helping you. Your previous rating was a bit unfair and damages my reputation.
Thank you apparently the last tension belt that was ordered was generic and the mechanic needed to do a lot of fiddling to get it fitted.. This stopped the whirring for a few weeks and then it started again
possibly it needs the Nissan belt?