2002 Toyota Sienna Q&A
2002 Toyota Sienna Question: motor issue
i was driving my van when all of a sudden it died while i was sriving it all my lights,radio,heater all that still works but the car will not turn over i tried jumping it no luck it makes no sound at all ive checked all fluid levels and they r fine it made a slight pinging sound the day before this happened but it lasted a minute and stopped i did smell what smelled like rubber burning but i drove it another 20 miles that day and a good 45-50 miles the day it broke down it gave no warning just died while i was driving.any suggestions on what my problem could be,i despretley need help!! - cartroublequeen
Ok if you smelled rubber more than likely one of the belt driven items ( power steering,alternator,air conditioning ) probably has failed and caused the belt to burn in half and break, So I would say its the alternator belt and you were driving on just battery power until it became so low it caused the engine to die, So have a shop check the alternator belt and the alternator itself and you can find a shop near you here www.repairpal.com/directory and can check alternator replacement cost here www.repairpal.com/estimator - hemicuda
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