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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-30-2016 Thread Starter
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What's wrong with my car ?

I own a 2015 Ford Explorer which I bought it about 4 months ago and since two days, I’m noticing that the exhaust fumes are entering the cabin upon acceleration. This is really making me sick. Thinking to give the car to the service centre Service Plus Car Care Centre, Etobicoke ( Car Repair Services Etobicoke | Car Preventative Maintenance, Toronto Car Repair - Service Plus Car Care Centre ). Has anyone had this issue before? Did it get fixed? What could be wrong with my car? Please help…

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The first issue is that it is not a Mustang, and this is a Mustang forum. We don't have a lot of people here with a great deal of experience with Explorers.

Your issue may be a leaking tailgate seal.

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Had this issue with a Honda Civic, the first thing you do is give it to someone that can service the vehicle. Don't drive it, don't poison yourself.

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