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Could be but, change in the exhaust color means a new material is present in the exhaust. Usual cause is coolant in the exhaust due to failed head gasket. Front brake and rotor change $800 WOW! Get a regular shop to look vehicle over. This dealer is a crook!!! $600 dollar tune-up??? What is the dealer driving? A ferrari for each day of the week? Carbon clean-out $850?? Stay away from this place and find a nice shop to take vechice to. To service brakes: Brake rotors are $45 dollars each and pads cost $42 for a premium set. Parts= $132 dollars where does he assume a labor charge of $668 dollars for a 1 hour job? Carbon cleanout cost about $250 dollars and tune-up no more than $200 dollars probably should be less.
This should cover it. http://www.ehow.com/how_6850126_change-belt-2000-honda-odyssey.html
Probably time to change the pads and rotors. Rotors are probably warped.
You need to check the fuse as well as it could be burnt out. Fuse should be in passenger compartment. Check owner manual for which one it is.
You can do this its not too difficult. http://www.ehow.com/how_4506370_replace-wheel-stud-toyota-camry.html
Also, check the stabilizer links to make sure they are still functioning properly.
Try this just scroll down to it. http://www.justanswer.com/chrysler/22t94-trying-replace-rear-struts-chrysler-300m-not.html
It is probably the temp. sensor failing or the thermostat.
Need to know the reason you got a new coil, what the original problem was and any check engine codes you may have had.
Follow the red wire(smaller one) from the battery to where it meets the red wire from the alternator. At this point, probably near the main engine fuse box, there will either be a fuse or fusible link. Check to make sure not burnt out. To test: Use multimeter and touch red to red and black to black on battery and get a read. Then touch black to black on battery and red to the wire from the alternator on the other side of the fuse or link. If the read is zero the fuse or link is bad and needs replaced. Do this with the vechicle off and at least some charge in the battery. Other possibility is a parasitic drain from a frayed or corroded wire possibly on the starter's wire.