Whatever kind happens to be in the ash tray. I don't know that there is a specific type of ash-tray bacteria.
Rock formed from volcanic ash is called tuff.
the composite volcano has a alternating lava and ash eruptions
igneous from ash but when it dries it might be crystal
If its a newer car, their might not be an ash tray..
an ash tray
You smell like an ash tray Your car smells like an ash tray Your house smells like an ash tray
Not surprisingly, it is called and ash tray.
Remove the ash tray. To the right of the ash tray there is a small rectangular trim that will slide out to the left and reveal the diagnostic connector.
Behind the ash tray.
Remove the ash tray, you will find the socket ibehind there.
under an behind ash tray remove ash tray an all will be answered
The OBD II connector is what your looking for on Jetta III models remove the ash tray then slide the pannel to the right of the ash tray over the ash tray opening.
next to the ash tray. pull out the ash tray and then slide the plastic piece to the side
it is in the ash tray. pull the ash tray all the way out and you will see the connection.
Open the console and the hole console will pry off and then un screw the ash tray