because the fan belt is burning
because of the strong smell of the smoke and they hate it more if rubber is burning
A rubber burning smell and smoke near your two front tires could be the result of sticking calipers. The brake line could also be the cause of the burning smell.
you smell a smoke smell or a burning smell. it does not smell bad tho. :)
sharp or biting to the taste or smell bitterly pungent irritating to the eyes, nose, etc.: acrid smoke from burning rubber.
Sounds like you have a blown headgasket or cracked head. The smoke and smell is likely the oil leaking from your broken engine and burning off.
It would depend on what is burning.
probably a smokey smell because of all the smoke that is formed from the volcano erupting. A burning smell is essentially a smokey smell as the rock is hot and technically burning.
It's very possible. I would definitely take it to a mechanic and get their opinion. Burning smells and smoke can be a sign of overheating, which can severely damage your motor.
If an engine is running rich, it is receiving and burning too much fuel and that will yield black smoke. If an engine is somehow burning oil, that will yield white smoke.
Burning rubber, or screeching the tires, and then accelerating.
Yes, it is a chemical reaction.
Blue smoke is burning oil.
Burning rubber is slang for spinning the tires. The rubber burns due to friction which causes heat which melts the rubber and causes it to smoke.
An internal combustion engine works by burning chemicals, the result of burning is the smoke and residue, that is how they work.
The smell was dead bodies being burned to ashes
Yes, combustion is always a chemical change.
yes i lerned it last year
White smoke is a sign of coolant entering the combustion chamber or leaking onto the exhaust and burning. Coolant in the combustion chamber is almost always cause by a blown head gasket or cracked head. This will destroy your engine if you continue to drive it.
Sounds like head gasket is leaking allowing coolant into combustion chamber
Blue smoke, burning oil. (tired) White smoke, burning coolant. (bad head gasket) Black smoke, excess gasoline (flooding).
An air conditioner should not smell like smoke when turned on (or when turned off). I would have to suspect that the electrical insulation is burning.
blue smoke comes out the tail pipe when your engine is burning oil caused by a worn engine.
What most likely is happening is the A/C compressor has gone bad and its not able to turn when it is switched on. The burning rubber smell is probably the belt sliding across the compressor pulley that's not turning.
If you can smell burnt plastic then you could potentially be in danger. Smoke from burning plastic can be harmful to breathe.