Yeah, I think there is a product that you spray in right under the windshield where it grabs the air. I want to know what its called or if it will work.Originally posted by Sysman:
I remember reading a long time ago that the smell is often caused by mold growing inside the vents and air tubes. There is some kind of spray that you can apply to get rid of it, but I'll be darned if I can remember what it is...
My dad thought mabe the spray called new car would do a good job, it would get rid of the smell and keep that leather smell in the car. I got the car back in 99, and it still smells like new especialy after I give it a good vacume.Originally posted by joekd:
I had this problem with my wife's old car, once a month I would spray the outside vents heavily with Lysol and it smelled nice and clean again