Which belts are you talking about, the timing or the accessories? If you are eating belts something is wrong. and the pullies are not aligned. you can check alignment with a laser light. I've never heard issues with people having Frontier eating belts.Yeah, my Fronty likes to eat belts every couple years; it's been doing that since new, too. Back when it was under warranty I had a bunch of work done, mostly tensioners that were replaced, but the only thing that makes them quiet is a new belt. I especially get a rhythmic whine when I have the headlights on, sitting at a stoplight, and a turn signal going. When the signal is illuminated, I get the slight whine, and when it's dark, the whine goes away. Another solution is putting belt dressing on them, but it lasts for a thousand miles or two then starts up again.