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Noise when heat or air is on, a little smoke on by passenger winshield

Crackling noise when air or heat is on, maybe something got into the blower. last weekend I had the air on alot while shopping and when I returned home I had some smoke coming out of hood by passanger side of windshield. Engine very hot on passenger side. I opened the hood and let it cool off. I noice a rubber burning sent slightly.

Last week my mechanic replaced radiator and alternator. Could my mechanic have dropped something into the blower when working on my car? I am planning saturday to drive for a hour or so with the heat/air on so I can see if the problem occur again and then go straight to my mechanic so he can actually see the smoke or smell the rubber burning sent.

Please help I just spent 750 for alll the work I had done. Want to give this car to my daughter soon and buy a new one.

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