Belt Squeak/Chirp on High and Hard Acceleration
I know this is going to end up saying dont beat the car, whatever. When Im driving spirited or trying to outrun oncoming traffic on an onramp, etc, and winding out to 5500-6000 rpms and shifting very quickly and engaging and disengaging the clutch fast on these accelerations, I am getting a belt chirp/squeak during these occasions. Does this mean my belt is shot and slipping under the heavy engine load? Car only has 20k on it, and still under warranty, but a little worried to go to the dealer and explain how and when it happens, because I know it will get blamed on abuse, etc, but would it be covered on the bumper to bumper, or should I just go to autozone and get a gatorback belt?
2009 Cobalt LS XFE Coupe - Imperial Blue Metallic - Light Titanium Interior - 5 Speed Manual - Chrome Exhaust Tip - Spoiler - Shorty Antenna - Center Console - 6000k Bi Xenon HID's - Intake Silencer Delete - Tsudo Cat Back Exhaust - 5 Star Alloy Wheels - Yokohama AVIS TRZ Tires
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