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I get toxic fumes in the cabin of the audi, what is the cause

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    is your car a manual, if it is does the smell happen when stuck in traffic hill starts

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Bad exhaust you might need to replace the whole system you most likely have an exhaust leak somwhere by the doors or where air can even just slightly pass through take it to a shop and have them inspect it best answer i can give you

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