The Nose Knows: Certain Car Smells Could Mean Big Problems
March 7, 2017
Sears Auto Center Keeps Your Car Healthy.
When it comes to your car’s health, you may want to pay attention to what the nose knows. Pay special attention to the smell of burning carpet because this odor could be the sign of brake trouble. The smell of rotten eggs or sulfur could mean a problem with your catalytic converter and it’s a costly repair if not checked. Schedule an appointment at your local Sears Auto Center and get a free vehicle performance snapshot evaluation.
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