In my 2006 Chevy Cobalt 2.2liter Ecotech, the serpentine belt broke. I went out and bought a new one and didn't check the pulleys prior to putting the new one on. I haven't changed the belt before and just assumed it finally failed.
After installing the new one, turning on the car caused the car to stall after a few secs. I turned the car on again and keep the engine RPMs up to keep it running to inspect the belt and noticed the belt had a little wobble in it and it started to smoke around the AC Pulley.
Does it sound like it is a seized up pulley and if so, what are some solutions to fix it. I am having the hardest time finding anything outside of just changing the whole compressor to get the car back up and running.
Thank you for any help/insight you can give.