it would have 2 b a exaust leak or the little hose going 2 your breather element isn't attached properlyAnswercould be your cat as well
Damaged or restricted exhaust system components; Restricted, loose or burned out muffler.
straight out, go to an exhaust shop. u have a leaky exhaustAnswerNo who, but what. All internal combustion engines emit exhaust fumes.
No who, but what. All internal combustion engines emit exhaust fumes.
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
exhaust fumes of a car
A car pollutes by emitting fumes from the exhaust. The less efficient a car is, the worse the pollution is.
exhaust is pretty easy to smell. If you smell it, then you likely do, also check the rear end of the car for possible places where the exhaust can get into. a battery powered carbon monoxide detector will also work
exhaust leak or a possible fuel line leak
Your exhaust may be leaking slightly at the front. The fumes can easily end up in the car this way. Exhaust gasses are poisonous so you should get it looked at as soon as you can. Another cause could be that a breather pipe has come of the engine or air box.
Could be a leak in the manifold, or a hole in the exhaust, and when you stop the car there is no pressure blowing off the fumes, so it floats up into the car.
your exhaust may be jammed
If you smell fumes, you should get out of the room, car, or house. Opening windows will help get rid of the smell.
If the car heat has a fresh air setting, then it could be drawing air from outside of the vehicle. The fumes are most likely coming from a problem under the hood.
Take a second, lightly sniff gasoline fumes before its been burned, then compare with exhaust fumes, and see which you are smelling. Exhaust fumes you'll naturally smell around an idling car. unburned gasoline could be the result of an improperly set carb, mixing the wrong amounts of fuel and air, leaving you with unburned gasoline that is boiled, evaporated, and spit out the exhaust. Too much evaporated gas turns your exhaust black, so ive been told, so there could be a sign.
it will kill you
You kids exhaust me! That exhaust fumes from that car are choking me.
Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide are contained in car exhaust fumes. Carbon Monoxide is a toxic gas that if too much is breathed in, you die.
Well if you have a hole in your exhaust like rite under your car, it is able for the exhaust fumes to get into your car and kill you ;P
You can use a carbon monoxide detector if you suspect a dangerous level of exhaust inside your car. They are available at Wal-Mart, Target, amazon.com, etc.
No, since they're not actually breathing the fumes.
Yes a car's exhaust is deadly if breathed in a closed environment for awhile. You will get a headache and dizzy at first, these are signs that your brain is being starved for air.
The car's exhaust fumes are noxious!