I had the same problem on my 2001 EX, usually when it was cold out, I would smell raw gas fumes. there is a spring clamp on the fuel pressure regulator intake, simply replace it with a flat spiral type clamp you can get at any hardware store or Home Depot for 39 cents. when it's cold the spring type doesn't seal properly between the rubber hose and the metal pipe. when it warms up, it seals. just change the clamp.
Also might be the back door is not closing full enough to seal against the rubber edge , and the vaccum sucks up the fumes inside!.
i smell gas fumes in 96 Nissan quest
If you smell fumes, you should get out of the room, car, or house. Opening windows will help get rid of the smell.
Your heater core may have a leak in it, allowing the fumes to invade the inside of the vehicle.
Yes, the oil may be leaking on a hot surface and burning. You could smell this inside the car.
check for a leak more often then not it is the flex pipe.
Your fuel system might have a leak if the strong smell is similar to the smell of refuelling. Or the exhaust might have a leak allowing fumes to get in the cab with you. Diesel fuel has a strong oder if burnt in a rich mixture an in under hard acceleration.
Peas do give off fumes. That's why you can smell them.
most likely there's a leak in your heat exchanger (heater core). I took my new sportage to the dealer...The smell goes away when using max ac or recirculate...They inspected, pressure tested and found nothing. I believe the reservoir belches fumes and the air intake comes in from the wiper blade area...I am monitoring the reservoir level.
if you smell the crease right on the inside part of your arm (opposite your elbow) it might help
Diffusion occurs naturally, and technically they are not fumes. Fumes are the condensates of metals. Ammonia vapors are what you smell.
put your face in it.
Gas is emitted from the ocean which creates the smell. Bacteria is burned into fumes and that's where you smell the ocean.
Yes it can because it's fumes are to strong it might also get you high kind of like smelling spray paint
No, there is not any harmful fumes from melting styrofoam with acetone. Nor does it leave a smell.
No they don't smell like anything
Carbon monoxide is colorless and odorless.
You live in a city or your house heating is faulty.
because dogs might smell it and the fumes off of the fume will make them urine everywhere
Mulch contains All-Natural ingredients, with no poisons, and it would not eminate any toxic fumes, or vapors. (But it might not smell to great. ;D)
They don't. You need to stop sniffing exhaust fumes, mister.
The fumes that come from dry erase markers are not harmful. The markers do smell very bad but they will not hurt you in no way.
There may be a hole in your exhaust system causing fumes to leak into the car. This can be dangerous and should be fixed immediately.?æ
Your exhaust may be leaking slightly at the front. The fumes can easily end up in the car this way. Exhaust gasses are poisonous so you should get it looked at as soon as you can. Another cause could be that a breather pipe has come of the engine or air box.