I went to use the FJ60 to run an errand--LOUD SQUEALING, AFTER 30 SECS, LOTS OF SMOKE! It was dark out, and I didn't have time to poke around much, but from what I can tell, something seized super-bad--bad enough that one of the belts was smoking on the crank pulley when I shut it off. Everything worked fine this morning. Anyway, my questions are: 1. I assume this is the smog pump--there was a squeal coming from that side when I started it up, then the belt squeal/smoke came later. I had AC tensioner and belts done last summer, and I've never had an alt seize up that bad, so smog is my guess. Anyone disagree? (I'll check tomorrow in the daylight anyway). 2. What's the "limp home" fix? This is an 87 FJ60 w/ AC, it has three belts. Is there a belt I use to bypass the smog pump? (I did see something like this in another post--50"x17mm--but it mentioned driving water pump and alt., which seems impossible for my engine). So, if there is a bypass, how difficult is this quick fix? 3. If I just cut the belt, how long do you think I could run it before getting into trouble? I need to move the truck from one side of the street to another--do you think I could run it for 1-2 minutes without a water pump? That would allow me to avoid getting a ticket until I had time to fix it on Saturday. 4. I don't want to choke on the price for an OEM smog pump--is there an aftermarket (NAPA) air pump that works? Thanks for your help and patience. I tried the search function on this, got some answers, but nowhere near enough.