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2001 town and country, smell of burnt rubber, no leaking observable; oil level slightly low, due for a change Any ideas?

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Yes, get that oil changed ASAP, but the rubber is probably one of the two "doughnut" rubber rings that tie the exhaust system up on hangers.

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

  • joe11741 Mar 09, 2011

    or, maybe it's not burning rubber you smell but instead oil that is leaking onto the exhaust manifold and/or pipe from a leaky rear valve cover gasket (like my 2002 T

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