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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.
Possible leak in gas line. Must be some sort of air leak in the heater box under the hood. Heater is pulling fumes into car through the leak in it.
Breathing fumes from antifreeze cannot be good for your health as antifreeze is poisonous. If you are smelling fumes in your car you probably have a heater core leak. I recommedn you have this repaired ASAP. The only fix for a leaking heater core is to replace it. A very labour intensive job that is quite expensive.
you have a bare wire touching on your blower motor
exhaust leak or a possible fuel line leak
The ONLY way to get the smell of fuel - kerosene, diesel, gasoline - out of your clothes is to put them in the sun and let the fumes evaporate. Every other remedy is a waste of time.
The relay is bad.
Only reason would be that the heater core is leaking.
More than likely your heater core is leaking. The only fix is to replace it.
Only if you want to smell the fumes all the time. Code says it should be through the roof or above the edge of the roof.
The possible explanation for the smell may be that the heater core in the vehicle has a slight leak, therefore the smell of evaporating antifreeze will come through the vents until it is all dried up. Solution is to take the car to a garage and get the heater core replaced.
the control cable probably came off the connector
You are likely in an antarctic region.
Defective heater blower motor resistor pack.
The most likely problem with the heater blower on your 2003 Sable is the blower resister. The resister can go bad and cause you to only have one speed.
legionnaires disease **** Try changing the cabin air filter behind the glove box.****
coolant smell/leakyes more than likely that's your prob. but could be maybe a hose.
Yes, if there is nothing else wrong with it, and the problem is only clogging.
Resistor. Easy fix.
An automobile's heater that blows only cold air could either be a faulty thermostat or, more likely, a faulty heater core. A trip to a mechanic or shop that specializes in radiator and cooling system repair should be able to diagnose and repair any problems.
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It could be your heater fan bearing. But more than likely its something in your engine compartment that is making the smell. Such as oil burning on the exhaust or a worn accessory belt.
This is a classic tell-tale sign that the heater has a "blown" core. A new heater core is the only option, I think, and that runs to money because of the labor involved. If you live in a very warm climate, you can get by with simply bridging the "In" and "Out" heater hoses wit a connector made for the purpose. But if you need the heater at all in winter weather, the core must be replaced.
You have a leak in the heater core. The heater core is the only place that radiator water enters the truck cab, and both foggy windows and antifreeze odor are common indicators.
i HAVE AN 2005 YUKON XL, & IT DOES THE SAME THING, BUT ONLY WITH THE WINDOWS DOWN. HAVE HAD IT IN THE SHOP FOR THE LAST 3 WEEKS. 4 DIFFERENT PLACES. NO ONE CAN TELL ME THE CAUSE, THEY ALL SAY THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH MY TRUCK!!??? WELL I'VE HAD IT SINCE IT WAS BRAND NEW AND JUST STARTED SMELLING FUMES A FEW WEEKS AGO. MY NEXT CALL IS GM.