Car exhaust can smell like rotten eggs when the fuel has a lot of sulphur in it.
look for a leaky fuel line
If a car begins to smell like rotten eggs and then starts acting like it has bad gas, it may have been filled with the wrong type of fuel. This smell is common when diesel fuel is burned.
Typically this is caused when the fuel is burned uncleanly and the sulfur in gas makes it smell
It could be a bad fuel pressure regulator.
exhaust leak or fuel leak
It has a fuel system leak, can be fuel line, etc.( liquid leak) or (fuses) faulty gas cap/fuel emission system leak.
Check your fuel cap or gas tank for leaks, or maybe the gas lines.
There might be a fuel leakage! Check the car porch floor for stains. You can also pop the hood and look closely for any moist areas especially near or under tubes or pipes carrying fuel.
A car may smell like sweat due to gym clothes, or other workout clothes, being left in the car.
Because that's the only time that the fuel pump is operating. Thus any leak is not likely to be in the fuel tank ... check the fuel lines and under the hood.
Some believe fossil fuel emissions cause "Global Warming".
Yes anti freeze has a sweet smell, at least in comparison to the normal fuel and oil smells of a car
my car doesn't.
It makes your car smell somewhat new, but be careful as too much will make it smell like a cab, unless of course you want to go for the cab smell.
you probably have a leak that drains your pressure when it sits, and that's what you smell. it is not safe to drive with a fuel leak
Your car doesn't smell like carbon monoxide because carbon monoxide is invisible and odorless. I can't suggest what caused that smell because I have no way of knowing what it smells like. An exhaust leak will cause your car to smell like exhaust ( and has carbon monoxide in it) and is hazardous to you and your passengers.
There are a few reasons why your car might smell like fish. Fish could have been at one point stored in the car.
The carburetor needs calibration or changing of possibly defective part, for example, gasket or needles.
For the fuel gauge(needle): Faulty fuel tank sending unit or circuit; Faulty gauge or electrical system short; Incorrectly functioning voltage regulator or related circuits. For the fuel smell: Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections; Loose or poorly connected fuel pump or fuel line connections; Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector(s); Punctured or damaged fuel tank.
This is called THE NEW CAR SMELL. This is what all new cars smell like. It is a mix of all the new materials that go into a new car.
because your engine is going to break down or when you start the car if the whether is cold, it makes it smell like gas
I have a 1990 Buick Century 3300. Just replace the Fuel Pressure Regulator. It was leaking gas. Replace the vacum lines to the Fuel Pressure Regulator but I still smell gas inside on the driver's side compartment. The smell goes away when opening the windows. Where would there be a fuel leak that would cause the raw gas smell inside the car but not outside of the car?
i had a fuel leak
Check the rubber fuel hoses between the fuel lines and intake system in the engine bay. They may be worn and in need of replacement. You can also "trim" them shorter and use new hose clamps to fasten.