My'07 Ford Focus started smelling like strong glue, any ideas?

Asked by Jul 21, 2015 at 07:10 PM about the Ford Focus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Could it possibly be something with the a/c?  It is really unpleasant - I notice it when I
first get into the car.

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did something crawl up in there and die?? look for leaks...

I don't know anything about cars - I just wondered if it was a tell-tale sign about something specific.

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is any thing L eaking heater core/wet floor...????... is it a piece of pizza...some bad perfume.>>> open the hood , smell it there also...? help...

Nothing leaking that I can tell, no food or perfume, LOL. I'll open the hood tonight and check. Thanks!

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is any thing Leaking heater core/wet /damp.floor...feel the floor..even a small leak that you cant see will give off fumes. are the exhaust manifold clean...does it smell like eggs????

It's smells like nasty glue.

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Just have it looked at by your mechanic..since you said you didn't know much about cars (and we can't see & smell what you're dealing with). It sounds more like an inconvenience. I would run the AC at very low fan speeds till your mechanic gives it a once-over. Hope it's something minor! Good Luck :)

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Look under your seats and in the trunk something may have spilled causing your smell.

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