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Is it exhaust or is it a fuel smell? Exhaust, i would say you almost have to have a leak, check the manifolds and the head pipe really well. Check to see if ti even has an EGR valve at the rear of the intake to the top of the intake manifold, it depends on the emissions label it has under the hood, federal or california. If it is more of a fuel smell check to be sure all of the charcole canister lines and hoses are hooked up and not gone or broken.

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What your smelling is most likely coolant (antifreeze). You may have a heater core leak. If you dont smell the same smell after running the A/C or just vented cool air from outside for a few minutes then that is your problem.

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