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Pulley Belts Burning

I have a 94 Honda Accord LX, with 175,000 miles. I recently had the therom pin and two pulley replaced because the biolt was stripped and the pulley wasd continuoly slipping off. Since the maintance, the car has been running fine but engine seems louder. Today, smoke was coming from the pulley unit and I can smell a stronger chemical odor. I smells like burning rubber or metal not oil. Before, going back to the mechanic I want to get a idea of what this could be. Thanks

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Most likely the belts werent installed correctly and are rubbing on the pulley...they also can be too tight as well..that smell is so strong it will make u sick so do breathe it in ... have the mechanic inspect his/her work.. definitly a belt and pulley rubbing..

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