Your heater core is leaking. Maybe not much but enough so you can smell it. Check the passenger side floor. It will show up here. ALSO DONT WASTE TIME WITH STOP LEAK, REPLACE IT. STOP LEAK WILL NOT HELP YOU HERE. ALSO ONE MORE THING, GET A BUNCH OF WINDEX TO CLEAN THE WINDOWS IF IT GETS THAT BAD. IT WILL OMIT A GLAZE ON THE WINDOWS THAT WILL DRIVE YOU NUTS.
probably a blown head gasket.
Most of the time it is caused by a hole in the heater core, do you smell a sweet smell? The sweet smell would be the antifreeze.
You normally smell the antifreeze so open the hood and look for a leak before you see it big time running out from under your car.
this sweet smell sounds like you have an antifreeze leak in your heating/cooling system. most of the time it is the heater core
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Your car shouldn't "burn" antifreeze. If it actually is "burning" antifreeze then chances are you have a blown/leaking head gasket or possibly a cracked engine block which allows antifreeze to enter the combustion chambers. If your antifreeze is just disappearing then it is probably leaking out from somewhere. Possible leak areas to check out would be the radiator hoses, heater hoses, radiator, water pump, and the heater core. Most of the time if the heater core is leaking you'll be able to smell the antifreeze inside the car while the engine is running and the heater is on.
No oil flow to the crank shaft bearings. If it starts when cooled off you have fried motor. Smell the oil on the dipstick if it smells burnt don,t waste your time trying to fix it!
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Sounds like your heater core is leaking. Does the fluid look/smell like antifreeze? if so, time for a new heater core.
it sounds like you have a leaking heater core
No, but it breaks down over time.
Antifreeze absorbs and releases heat constantly. Over time, this causes the antifreeze to break down.
The hill is causing the car to work harder. Heat will increase. One common smell would be a rotton egg or sulpher smell from the catalytic converter. This should not be uncommon or too much of a worry. When the car is cool, check radiator an make sure there is fluid there AND in the reservior. Add antifreeze if neccesary. Be sure the hot smell is not a burning smell. It would be good to check other fluids at this time. Pay attention to any other symptoms. If there is a burning smell, check around the exhaust system for anything against it that may burn. Check transmission fluid level, etc. Are there any other symptoms?
It sounds like a leak.
If this is the first time you notice it, please go see a doctor. It's quite possible it is a yeast infection.
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I would guess that this is most probably the transmission. The maples smell is the transmission fluid. It has a sweet smell. The grinding could be that the gears are off. When was the last time the timing belt was changed? I'd get it into a tranny shop and have them take alook as well. I don't recommend changing or adding more tranny fluid till then. You make make the situation worse.AnswerSyrupy smell could also be antifreeze. Bad water pump maybe bearings are grinding. AnswerMaple syrup smell is usually antifreeze. The grating noise points to the water pump (the name "water pump" is a misnomer because it actually cirulates your antifreeze/coolant). Listen near the serpentine belt, if it is louder there, then it is very likely the water pump.
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Yes, eggshells do have a smell if you leave it out for a certain time.
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antifreeze does not enter the engine at any time. locate and follow your radiator hoses and follow then and check for cracks or punctures.
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If you are smelling the sweet but unpleasant aroma of antifreeze, your vehicle is leaking it somewhere. A lot of the time the culprit is the water pump. They have a weep hole and when the bearing starts to fail it will begging leaking from this hole. I would start by getting myself a flashlight and start scanning your engine's water hoses for a leak. Check the mail hoses going to/from the radiator as well as the heater hoses leading to the firewall. Do you smell the antifreeze odor INSIDE the car? If so, it could be your heater core that's failing.
.... no.. antifreeze will kill you.. so anyone who drank Dr. Pepper would die and my friend drinks it all the time and she is still alive..