Carbon monoxide is an odorless gas. It would be my guess that the fumes are entering all the time with the fan helping to circulate. My guess is that the catalytic converter is clogged. The indication of this is poor power, terrible fuel economy, and if you look under the car at night, a glowing red converter. VBD I don't know how to fix it but get it fixed because it sounds as though you are getting carbon monoxide poisoning which can kill.
There may be a hole in your exhaust system causing fumes to leak into the car. This can be dangerous and should be fixed immediately.?æ
squeeking from exhaust manifold is caused by a leak allowing exhaust gas to leak. it will only get worse as time goes on unless it is fixed
Generally, the engine will sound louder. If you take a rolled up rag (so you don't burn your hand) and hold it tightly over the exhaust pipe while the engine is idling, you will hear a sound like compressed air leak. How long you can avoid repairing it depends on how much you value your life. Leaking exhaust can enter the cabin and carbon monoxide in the exhaust is deadly. Leaking exhaust does no other specific damage to the car unless the hot exhaust blasts against something flammable or the exhaust system falls off.
A bunch... why not just buy a Pontiac
Possibly. What an exhaust leak will do is KILL you. Either from the Carbon Monoxide you inhale while driving or the wreck you are going to have when it puts you to sleep. Get the exhaust leak fixed ASAP.
A loud exhaust ticket in CA can cause between $40 and $80. Sometimes a person can get the problem fixed and have the ticket dropped.
Just yank-out the fuse for the horn until you get it fixed.
You more than likely have an exhaust leak which can be deadly. Get it fixed ASAP.
The abs light is on because there is a problem with the system. It will remain on until the problem is fixed. Once the problem is fixed it will reset itself after it is driven.
The GE 29.87 inch Gas Fixed Cooktop uses a downdraft exhaust system to pull smoke and steam from the area it is in.
The abs light is on because there is a problem with the system. Until the problem is fixed it will remain on. Once the problem is fixed it will reset itself after a short drive.
I had to have my horn fixed on my 1995 Buick Rivera and it is located under the air bag on the stering wheel. It was an $800.00 expense because they had to replace my air bag.
Getting an engine repaired on a Buick Rendezvous can range from $2,000 all the way up to $5,000 depending on who does the repair, as well as how much labor is involved.
Thick white smoke is caused when coolant gets into a cylinder and from there into the exhaust. It is a sign that if it is not fixed real soon, you will blow or burn up your engine.
Leaking fuel. Get this fixed ASAP.
A car that has a bad exhaust flex pipe will not pass inspection in any state that requires it. The pipe will need to be fixed before the car is inspected or it will fail.
'cause hot air always goes up so ventilators and exhaust fans are built near the ceiling to let out hot air and bring cool air.
Sounds like a plugged catalytic converter. Or muffler resonator assembly. Either way, your exhaust is not getting out of your tailpipe at the rate it was designed to flow. You will ruin your exhaust valves driving it this way. Very expensive to repair, better get this fixed.
more than likely not...you will be dumping alot of water to in the oil....it could be a exhaust manifold gasket
there could be flood damage, I would not recommend it.
That way they catch all the hot air and vapour before pumping it out to a vent on the roof
Had the same problem, I cleaned my Mass Air Flow sensor ( with the recommended cleaner ) and IAC valve. While doing this , I noticed that my positive battery cable was seriously loose at the terminal. Although cleaning the sensors helped, I think my major problem was the battery cable....problem fixed. I'm now a firm believer in starting off with the battery in any troubleshooting procedure.
You have an Exhaust leak, you need to get this fixed immediately. Carbon Monoxide can KILL.