Because your motor is running too rich and the unburnt fuel is being burned in the catalytic converter, it makes the sulfur smell. At least this is what I've been told.
you didn't say what make of car u have, but a lot of Japanese cars smell like rotten egg just because of the fuel additives in the USA
The rotten egg smell is sulfur...
Sulfur doesn't smell like rotten eggs. Hydrogen sulfide smells like rotten eggs, but sulfur itself doesn't have much of a smell at all.
Non-pure sulfur has a faint smell of rotten eggs
The sulfur in gunpowder makes it smell like rotten eggs.
Yes like rotten eggs or sulfur
it depends on the gases that were in the intestines sulfur is probably one that causes the rotten egg smell
Sulfur.... IT STINKS it smells like rotten eggs
It has a high sulfur content to it.
Sulfur and Hydrogen
All cars do it with fresh cats and an over rich condition. The ricers "computer up" their fuel flow and then you get that smell. You gotta burn a lot of gas to make BIG power.
Volcanoes often contain sulfur, an element that can smell like rotten eggs.
They are volcanic and there is sulfur in the water or around them. Thus, you get the rotten egg smell.