Of course. The serpentine belt must be just tight enough, but not too tight, and it's VERY important to ensure that the belt was put on with the grooves facing the right direction; the groves should line up with those on the pulleys. Make sure that the tensioner has been tightened exactly the way it should be - there may be extra bolts on the opposite side that must be retightened... Each car is different, so check a Chilton's or Haynes manual for your particular make and model.
It can burn you very badly It can cause your heart to beat incorrectly or even not at all
A stuck or incorrectly installed thermostat.
Only if installed incorrectly
If the casing is spilt a filter will leak an incorrectly installed filter will also leak.
Plug wires installed incorrectly. Click the link.
Yes it can. Even if you somehow managed to get it across all tension points if it is installed incorrectly it will come off eventually and something is not going to be turning or operating. There should be a diagram under the hood usually on the panel over the radiator or in your owners manual. Also any auto parts store should be able to show you a diagram.
Yes a loose or badly worn belt will not drive the compressor correctly and then the belt will break
No, backfire is usually caused by park plug wires that are installed incorrectly or an engine that is out of time. Fuel filter and pump will not cause backfire.
Installed incorrectly as in cross threaded. Could also be that the filter was defective.
No, you installing a fuel pump has nothing to do with the fuel gauge
A short somewhere in the wiring, an incorrectly installed bulb, damaged horn ring assembly, etc.
Incorrectly installed brakes that cause the anti-rattle clips to rub. Bent dust shield are the most common, I have seen.
Serpentine used to be used as insulation, but it was discovered to cause lung cancer.
Lots of things can cause a head gasket to fail, but the usual cause is engine overheating. Things like warped or cracked heads, incorrectly installed gaskets or heads, incorrectly torqued head bolts, torquing head bolts in the wrong sequence, are also common culprits. Not having the oil filler cap installed, while not a good idea, shouldn't result in head gasket failure. No antifreeze in the radiator (either just water filled or empty, not sure which your question meant), or not having the radiator cap installed, could definitely cause engine overheating, and therefore, a blown head gasket.
Cracked head Cracked block Head gasket installed incorrectly
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Many things can cause a serpentine belt to come off. Most likely, it slipped off, or the tensonier that holds it in place was not tight enough.
No, there is no connection.
a bad fuse wires bad connector to same in dash bad someone installed an alarm incorrectly damaging these wires, or useless remote start.
"safe to drive" - sure, this isn't going to cause the engine to blow up or break-down.Run poorly, sure, but not fatal to the mechanicals
if your timing belt jumped one tooth or timing belt was installed incorrectly you will be out of sync also a defective timing belt tensioner will cause sync problems
the battery was hooked up incorrectly this was answered by Manager of Auto Zone
Any exterior light source that permits light to go upwards or where it is not needed:Unnecessary - Lights that have no useful purpose or are lit when not needed.Excessive - Lights that are too numerous or simply too bright.Badly designed - Lights that are not properly shielded or have no shielding at all.Badly installed - Lights that are poorly directed or situated.Older street lights are a major cause of urban skyglow. In some instances, lighting schemes for streets, precincts and commercial premises are simply 'over the top' and indiscriminate to no overall gain and are simply wasteful. Illuminated signs and buildings contribute further as does uncontrolled and badly designed and installed domestic lighting.