Question about Eagle Talon
HI. The only other possible issue would be the lines running to the heater core. It is also possible that there may be a slow leak somewhere else in the engine bay and the blower is, essentially, sucking the smell in from the outside. Check under the hood for any leaks at the radiator, overflow tank and heater core inlet/outlet hoses.
This could also be a simple cabin air filter contaminate, however,you could also have a pinhole in the heater core. Air passing through the heater core will pick up the tiny amount of antifreeze and circulate it inside your car, leaving your floor and core compartment dry. This issue will cause the antifreeze smell to exit without ant trace or liquid on the floor or in the core compartment. This hole will become larger overtime.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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