I've been trying to find this out too (for a mark III Golf). The smell's more noticeable in heavy traffic, I sometimes see smoke coming out of the air vents when the air's not switched on, and find condensation on the windscreen.
It seems to be a problem with the cooling system. The coolant leaks onto the engine where it's burnt off. Maybe the heater core?
Bad heater core.
heater core leaks
Rubber is not a plastic.
Leaking valve cover gasket.
the rubber elbow is a drain for the heater and ac box, it should only have clear water coming out of is on a hot day with the a/c cranked up. and antifreeze indicates a bad heater core.
plastic is harder than rubber
plastic is better than rubber
It is a drain tube for the pan housing the heater core. If the heater core leaks it will go out that pipe instead of inside your car.
Rubber will bounce higher than plastic because the rubber has more elastic qualities. A rubber ball will give a little when it hits the floor and a plastic ball will not.
Rubber tends to not burn as easily as plastic. Also, rubber is more moisture-resistant than plastic. If rubber burns, the fumes from burning rubber are safer than fumes from burning plastic. Sometimes rubber is used because the cord tends to remain more flexible with rubber insulation.
I don't think that there is any rubber or plastic in Hubba Bubba.
Plastic or rubberIt is made out of rubber.
why are metal prongs of a plug sealed in plastic and rubber
Rubber plastic or synthetic rubber was first produced in 1879 by Bouchardat of France. One of the most important items made from synthetic rubber is tires.
It is impossible to make a rubber bunny out of plastic as rubber is a natural product and plastic is mand-made,the same as you cannot make gold out of silver kind of thing.
Rubber is a naturally occurring substance from the sap of rubber trees. Plastic is a man made polymer made from oil.
Silicone is neither rubber nor plastic. Silicone is made from the element silicon and its properties are very much like rubber.
Its rubber because its plastic
Plastic, rubber, glass, and the vacuum of space.
The rubber or plastic acts as an insulator.