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post #14 of (permalink) Old 08-22-2006
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Originally Posted by AmericanMustang
All that said: true but, I'll bet money the bulk of the smoke is in the filters of your car. Ever run your A/C on MAX or recirculating! When you do you you close the outside vents and recirculates the smoke filled air back through the filters over and over.

Here is my rule, never use max or recirculating when smoking. Don't use the ash tray, crack a window when you smoke and throw the butts out. If you live in a dry area put them in a plastic bottle with a screw on cap then discard properly. I just sold a car that I drove for almost 10 yrs.- smoked in it every day. The person who bought it asked me if had been smoked in? I said see for yourself. 20 years in the car business and this is probably the best thing I have learned.

If you use any of the remedies mentioned, be sure to run your a/c on MAX while fumigating. There are companies that visit the dealers who have a fog type product that works pretty good.

+1 Exactly what I was going to say.

Although I really refrain from smoking in the Mustang now. Only on the occasion. And of course no one else period.

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