Be sure there isn't a fuel leak that you may be mistaken for it coming out the exhaust pipe. Is it there when the car is off? IF it is still there, It may burning exceptionally rich (which I doubt), or there may be a misfire and the fuel in a couple cylinders are not burning at all.
A device called the heat riser has stuck or the heat riser hose has fallen off. could this loose part cause a metal raddling when you start to excelerate?
yes nd it will also give of a oily smell with it
The burning smell from the exhaust pipe may be caused from oil or transmission fluid leaking into the exhaust pipe. For example, if your turbo is failing on the car, then that can cause leakage from the manifold into the exhaust pipe. There may be other reasons, too, which other people will be better articulating.
your catayltic converter is bad and needs to replaced
There might be a hole in the silencer boxes.
Smell the oil, if smells like some gas is in it. then it would be ur fuel pressure regulator.
Exhaust of an engine is a gas.
The smell of antifreeze is very strong and distinct, it does not take much of a leak to smell it. The radiator could still be full and have a small leak. I would check for antifreeze dripping onto the exhaust or on the engine block because when it is hot the smell is much more noticeable from the fumes.
I would start by checking any leaks in your exhaust and fuel filter area, if there is any leaks throughout the exhaust the smell of gasoline or exhaust may come through into the interior.
most likely you have a leak in the exhaust pipes or a bad catalytic converter
Well if I had one with that problem I would look closer cause it is leaking on the exhaust somewhere.
I feel these are unrelated but you can investigate a leak in the hoses leading to the heater core as they maybe leaking onto the exhaust pipe, that would produce white smoke, but not from within the tailpipe exhaust. Water and oil leaks will produce white smoke the smell will help you determine which it is.
Any exhaust smell in a car cab indicates an exhaust leak somewhere along the line. Th reason you don't smell it while driving is because the air flowing air under the car is blowing the exhaust gasses away before it can rise into the cab. After the car sits for a while, the gasses seep out of the leak, and up into the cab.
Very strong would not smoke inside no getting rid of smell
An exhaust valve(s) staying open upon compression.
Exhaust leaks close to the engine.
It would be unburnt fuel
Brown suger in your diet can cause this smell.
The carburetor needs calibration or changing of possibly defective part, for example, gasket or needles.
No, an exhaust leak would have nothing to do with your engine timing.
You can drill a hole in anything as long as you have a strong enough drill bit and drill. But why would you want to drill holes in your exhaust? The exhaust piping is there to route exhaust gases away from underneath the car so they don't pool up underneath your car and seep into the cabin and cause a variety of health problems.
The longer you hold in your urine, the stronger it will smell due to the extra amount of waste.
Raccoons have an excellent sense of smell.