Question about 1998 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
My car broke down the other day as i was on my way home. I heard a sound and thought that I hit a rock on the road. However, when I looked in my rearview mirror there was something rolling on the road with the remnants of a cloud of smoke. The car would no longer accelerate and the two lights that came on were a red "oil" light and a red "volts" light. I could not find the part that may have fallen off so it is hard to tell what it was. I was just wondering if you would maybe know what it was.
I can only assume what you've described is a snapped serpentine belt. I would suggest not driving the vehicle until you have all the pertaining pulleys checked for this is why most belts fail. Thank you, Dana
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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