Question about BMW 323
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have oil leaks getting on the exhaust system, they are getting into the car, have the car checked over to find source of leaks.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
It is a mold smell, you will need to go to an AC shop or the dealer and have the AC ducting disinfected, they have a chemical treatment they can do, costs around $100 at most shops, takes about 1 hour plus the chemical. The chemical they use is similar to TYLEX, so if u have any serious allergies suggest u not do this, use Lysol, spray it into the AC air intake in front of the windshield, the AC needs to be set to outside air and be on high blower, use about 1/2 the can and then shut it down and let it set for an hour, then turn the system on hot and let it run for 10 minutes to evaporate the Lysol from the system, this is not a permanent fix, it will need to be done about once or twice a year, more in humid climates.
Posted on May 06, 2009
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