On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 12:32:56 -0500, "michelle2005"
I could have been your clutch, was it freezing last night? Parking
brakes are notorious for pads/shoes freeing to the rotor/drum. You
might have to not use the parking brake at night, and leave the car in
BTW, the smoke could have been your normal exhaust if you were gassing
tom @ www.BookmarkAdmin.com
<...I put the gearshift in R and stepped on gas paddle, the
As strange as it may seem, you can burn the tires spinning on snow or ice. I
suspect that's what you smelled. You must clear the snow away from all four
wheels before trying to move the car, or get a tow.
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