Hiya ya'll! I just finished replacing the throw out bearing in my Forester. I pulled the engine, installed the bearing, dropped the motor back in, and replaced all of the coolant. The thing starts, and shifts wonderfully now, with no chirping from the bearing. However, a light smoke is now emitting from the front of the engine, getting progressively more dense and fragrant as the engine runs longer. Does anyone have any idea what this could be? One of the belts, maybe? None of the belts are hot after I turn the engine off. Thanks!