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When i am going fast and on the gas and i have the windows open a wierd smell comes from the trunk. i think the windows open draw the smell through the seats and into the car. It smells like a sulfury egg smell. i am thinking something with the exhaust? Has anyone experienced this smell or could anyone take a guess at what this could be, Thanx.
 

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its ok you are just smelling broken5hift. he is that stinky.

on a serious note. it can also be the spare tire. mine had a funky odor to it

your finger smelled when you pulled it our your ass, did you think the tire would be any different?

i had this problem with a rental car once. everytime you put down the windows it was like sticking your face in rays armpit :eww: i just frebreezed the shit out of the car and it went away
 

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Clearly you forgot what your sales guy Fat Tony told you about the free offer and the trunk capacity. I will quote him:

"Here we have the SRT-4 with a 2 body trunk capacity. If you buy now I will throw the first body in for free!". :jester:

OK dumb joke
 

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Ant @ Psi-Fi said:
Clearly you forgot what your sales guy Fat Tony told you about the free offer and the trunk capacity. I will quote him:

"Here we have the SRT-4 with a 2 body trunk capacity. If you buy now I will throw the first body in for free!". :jester:

OK dumb joke

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
 

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SporkLover said:
The sulfury smell like rotten eggs? Thats indicative of a bad catalytic convertor. Is the car mostly stock? If it is then the cat is warrantied by DCX for like 8 years. Damn thats sad....17 posts before a real answer.
Nivo gave the answer in post #2... you're a little late this time sparky...
 
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