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Old 06-03-2013, 04:19 PM   #1
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Default Fumes in the cabin

How do you get rid of the gas smell/fumes in the cabin? Every time I take her out for a cruise I end up smelling like a chimney. Help please!!!
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Old 06-04-2013, 09:06 PM   #2
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Are my two turn down exhaust tips before the axle contributing to this problem?
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Your exhaust terminates under the car in front of the rear axle?

Yeah...that's a good guess.


Also plug up any holes coming into the cabin from the engine bay. That'll cure a lot of ills there too.
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is the hood to cowl seal in place??
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is the hood to cowl seal in place??
Not yet, did not even think about that. I'll put that in my list.

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i bet thats 99% of your problem there...
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I'd run tail pipes out to the rear with turn downs at the valance to get the exhaust out from under the car.

The hood to cowl seal is also a good place to start.

Also look to see if there are any places on the firewall that aren't sealed up. You can do this by placing a work light inside the car in the dark and look around for light showing through.
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Installed the hood to cowl seal and it looks like its working.
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