Having problems with your 1996 Toyota Corolla ?

Exhaust fume in cabin - 1996 Toyota Corolla

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 13-08-2018

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Get out of cabin! Somehow some way you have a leak in your exhaust sytem that is making it's way into the car. Or you have a situation where your setup allow exhaust in to car. If exhaust is trapped under car body because the tip isn't directing the gas away from vehicle, it may be collecting and entering vehicle. Fix exhaust system and direct fumes away from car. If you have fumes in cabin regularly, that is deadly. If you have an SUV or some kind of car/truck with a back window that rolls down (4-Runner or Tahoe, etc.) or opens into cabin space and the exhaust is under it, it may be being sucked into vehicle. Move exhaust tip. Check for leaks under car or an area where exhaust could build up or both as well. If your exhaust stayed in the system till the end and is directed away from car, this should'nt happen. Your manifold(s) leaking or something as well? Check from manifold(s) to tip(s) for major leak. Make sure exhaust is making it out the end of the system and away from vehicle. Don't be driving kids around in exhaust filled car or anyone for that matter. Hope this helps.
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