Question about 1999 Lexus LS 400
The cars on fire! Run for your lives! No actually it kinda depends on the reason you replaced the belt. If it was broke to begin with, you might have a frozen accessory pulley or idler pulley might have failed. Otherwise I would look for a friction point somewhere along the belts path. Also depends on the type of smoke you're talking about ie; Rubber smoke, oil smoke, or electrical smoke.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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