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Blown motor I just got my head's replaced took it for a drive on the freeway and there is smoke coming out from under the hood when I'm at a complete stop. Smelled like burnt rubber. Now they are saying I blew the motor for driving t0o fast on the freeway. I was going 70-75 mph.

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I have been a technician for many years and even a new motor if built properly should be able to be driven hard right from the start they are trying to blame you for their mistake don't accept that even if you have to have someone else look at it

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SOURCE: noise when heat or air is on, a little smoke on by passenger winshield

have your belts checked they could be slipping or oil got on them

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ok the lifters are making noise, make sure you are using the right oil for your temp zone. also add some lucas oil to your engine oil, it will quiet down the engine.

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So does the a/c still work, maybe your compressor is bad? Top off your oil and run the engine and see if you can find out where the oil came from?

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heater core has a hole in it. replace it and see if that cures it

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