yup, i thinks so, too...Originally posted by jiggafett:
I remember alot of people mentioning that when they first got the car. Sounds normal to me.
Try some big name gas, like Mobil or somthing, chances are they have less sulfur in their fuel. Sulfur in fuel also hurts the cat's ability to convert NOx. It takes time for the catalyst to regenerate, so long term use of "bad gas" will be bad. Regeneration will occur at temp only though, so driving around for a while keeping the cat hot is a good thing.Originally posted by marke1:
I'll see if I can correlate the smell to the type (brand) of gas I use.