BE very careful with this one!
If that AC pully decides to seize up while you are driving you are in for a world of trouble. (And yes the cars do have a mind of their own, and usually decide to be mean to us!). The compressor already failed and it's only a matter of time before the pully seizes up too. (The pump only runs when the clutch is engaged, otherwise the pully turns freely)
Not sure if you have 1 belt that drives it all, or a seperate one for just AC. If you have seperate one just for the AC, CUT IT until you can get the compressor replaced, to get rid of burn smell.
If that belt drives something else too. Get that compressor replaced ASAP. If it happened to me, it can happen to you too!
Saturday, August 18th, 2007 AT 1:50 AM