The sulpher smell comes from the interior of the catalytic converter on the exhaust line. The collision with the snow bank loosened some of the liner. You will have to replace the converter to get rid of the smell. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info
no it does not smell like that
Hydrogen Sulfide is what smells like rotten eggs. Sulfur is best described as the smell a strike match gives off. Light and match and smell. That's sulfur.
Propane has been given a sulfur-like smell for leak detection.
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.
The smell of roting vegetation.
The sulfur smell is the catalytic converter. There will always be some smell of sulfur. The converter changes the carbon monoxide in the exhaust to sulfur dioxide. Strong sulfur smell may be an indication the converter needs to be changed. This can also be a symptom of a leaking battery. We had a battery crack, and the sulfur smell was almost overpowering for a couple of days. Even after it was replaced, the smell lingered for a bit.
because the both have sulfur in which makes them smell the same
The yellow mineral that matches smell like is called sulfur. Sulfur is a naturally occurring element, with a very distinctive smell.
Spoiled pork can smell like rotten eggs with an odor of sulfur. It may have a sour smell or an ammonia-like smell when the meat is bad.
That smell is actually sulfur burning off in the park's various sulfur pits.
It often smells of sulfur.
Yes like rotten eggs or sulfur
i think no
yes they will start to smell like sulfur.
The sulfur in gunpowder makes it smell like rotten eggs.
if the smell is coming from the engine compartment it could be the batteries going bad.
It has a high sulfur content to it.
Sulfur.... IT STINKS it smells like rotten eggs
The "burnt match" smell is from sulfur. More than likely, if your feces smells like sulfur, then you probably ate sulfur-rich foods such as eggs.A methane smell would come from foods that attract a lot of bacteria in the intestines, often items that don't digest that well in the body. That might include eggs too, as well as beans, and a number of other things.
I suppose that this compound is syn-propanethial-S-oxide. Other organic compounds of sulfur exist in onions.
sounds like a bad catalytic converter they produce a sulfur like smell when they get plugged up
Black powder- especially after being fired, has a very strong smell from the sulfur contained in it.
This is because eggs contain sulfur in the yolk. When eggs are fried or scrambled, this sulfur is in the form of calcium sulfate, but when boiled, the sulfate molecule decomposes to sulfite, SO2. This is why you smell sulfer.
Lava typically smells very pungent, like rotten eggs, due to the burning of sulfur and other noxious chemicals.