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Old 08-20-2014, 03:29 AM
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smell of spray paint

I have spray paint, areasol smell in the cab of my truck, haven't done anything with spray paint or any other areasol of any kind around my truck.
Not sure where its coming from, and thoughts? Not sure if its coming through vents or somewhere else. I did happen to change my a/c switch to vent/floor for a few minutes yesterday before it started. Being in FL usually go from a/c to defrost only.
Not sure if its exhaust related, a/c related, or something else. Anyone else ever had this issue. Don't seem to smell it outside the truck.
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Just to let everyone know that if you put a bottle of diesel kleen behind the back seat and forget about it, if it happens to turn over and leak out it will smell like spray paint in your truck.
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Old 08-25-2014, 08:26 AM
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haha, I was going to ask if people we happy and hungry or sleepy and had headaches.

I keep my Amsoil additive back there too, I put it in a big ziplock freezer bag.
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Old 08-25-2014, 09:13 AM
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Just to let everyone know that if you put a bottle of diesel kleen behind the back seat and forget about it, if it happens to turn over and leak out it will smell like spray paint in your truck.
Yea just so you know that smell will take forever to get out, ask me how i know
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ahh that stuff stinks and the BS part is I told them years ago their bottles sucked and they told me they were having issues finding a supplier that could get them a seal tight lid after the initial opening

WTF i lost about 2 full bottles in my toolbox before i realized i had to secure them in the upright position

bust out the fabreeze

thanks for the update LOL
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