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Stop my van getting fumes inside the car

Is there any way to stop fumes getting inside my van

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Do you have an exhaust leak? That is usually the way fumes start getting into the car. Take it to someplace like Midas. They will do a free inspection of your exhaust system. If they do find a leak, and I suspect that they will, take it around to someone you trust, or get different estimates, as Midas is very expensive.

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Yeah, and it probably smells like evaporating anti-freeze. Turn off the heater to avoid the smell. Good Luck.

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