Spark plug or coil wire(s) making contact with hot engine; Corroded, broken or poorly connected battery cable; Incorrectly routed, adjusted(tensioned), missing or worn drive belt(s); Incorrect belt tension will allow belts to slip; Loose or damaged belt tensioner will allow belts to slip; Worn or damaged idler/tensioner pulley; If manual transmission, clutch could be slipping; faulty wiring connections causing shortages.
like burning cocaine, depending on what nastiness it may have been "cut" with.
Usually that means he/she has been under a car.
Sounds like your heater has dust bunnies and needs a good cleaning, when dust or fluff heats up it starts to singe or burn causing the burning smell.
that usually happens when you turn the heat on after it has not been in use for a long time If you have forced air heat, the blower motor could be failing. You might need to have service man come and check it.
Its just the wax they have on them to stop them from rusting while in storage
There would have been a strong smell of burning, smoke and dust.
It is probably too late at this point, but it may just have been low on transmission fluid. The burned rubber smell is the bands in the transmission slipping because they are either worn out or very low on fluid. Check the fluid level and add if needed. It may not help, but you will only waste $10 adding fluid.
No, they do not. If you smell ammonia it is not coming from the heater unless something has been put inside the heater and is burning.
If the car is a manual and you are riding or slipping the clutch it could be that. Otherwise if you have been real hard on the brakes lately they can create quite a smell aswell.
If you have ever smelled laundry bleach, or been in a swimming pool and noticed a smell to the water- that is the smell of chlorine (in a fairly mild form). Pure chlorine gas is pale green, has a choking, burning smell, and is deadly to breathe. Whether it is "worse" than the smell of wastewater would depend on the purity of the chlorine you smell- the more pure, the worse the smell.
It is iron rubber that has been valcanized.
A rubber band is a thin piece of rubber that has been sealed to form a band. People have been using rubber bands for different purposes for over 150 years.
If you smell wires burning, most likely that is the exact problem. If two wires were to melt together it would short the battery and kill it very easily.
no it has been proven they have no sense of smell
Gasket is leaking oil. Valve cover gasket is likely suspect.
Certainly. Before you do, however, keep in mind that the line may have been metal for a reason. It may be difficult to keep a rubber one clear of moving or burning hot engine parts, or may simply have been easier to install. Give that some thought first before retrofitting it for rubber lines. If that doesn't appear to be an issue, there isn't really any reason you couldn't or shouldn't swap metal for rubber.
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The start of something, like the ignition of dynamite, so the string has been lit.
It has been my observation that most people with noses do smell!
It sounds like the rotating tub has ceased and the motor is still trying to rotate the tub. The drive belt is spinning on the drive motor's pulley and creating heat and the burning smell. Don't try and use the washer any more until the tub bearing or its gearbox has been repaired. The drive belt rubbing on the pulley can generate enough heat that the belt might combust into flames.
Rubber Ninja code is:7zeoj96o9s88uv HAS BEEN TESTED(does not work)
The elasticity of the rubber and sponge refers to the tendency of the rubber or the sponge to return to their original shape after they have been compressed or stretched.
Yes, it's been known to happen. If it has been subjected to oil for a period of time it will soften the rubber and pop out.
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