Wouldn't it have been easier to just stop smoking cigars and puking in your Rodeo?? :twisted:djtme123 said:This is going to sound crazy but every night for a week place a cup filled with vinager in it for a week. Close the windows. In the morning remove it prior to driving but when you park it for the night place the vinager back in.
I did this and it removed the cigar smell and puke smell in my rodeo.
haraki74 said:My 2001 Rodeo LS has a horrible smell inside the cabin and I can't find the origin. Has anyone else has this happen and what did you do to correct it?
CAn you define horrible smell any better?? My heater core Would leak and smell, but coolant IS a familiar smell. I had to pull out my carpet. Scrub everything down, next step is paint it with bedliner. But its a work rig/toy so I don't need carpet.
True, except for the highlighted portion...bigpoppax2 said:I know Smiley went through this not long back. He ended up pulling the carpet out and washing the bare interoir and then washing the carpet only to not put it back in.
Let me tell you a little story.....Back in the 80's I had a German Shepard. He used to love to get into trouble and had a knack for catching rabbits and other small animals and taking them home to me as "presents". He also used to love to ride with me in my truck. One night I was going to the store. He was out in the back somewhere. I called out his name and he never came. This was very od especially since he used to come running once I started my truck. I called him again and seen him running across the field.As he got closer I noticed something in his mouth. Well he came running like a bat out of hell and jumped in the front seat of my truck with a?.....You guessed it a skunk!! The skunk was still alive and sprayed all over my front seat,door panels,rugs headliner you name it. I tried everything to clean the dog and interior of my truck.Tomato Juice, Lemons,the stuff they sell in the pet stores didnt even work. The truck was undrivable cause of the smell and the dog was not allowed in the house lol. Then a friend of mine told me to go buy a few bottles of Massengil. Bathe the Dog and use it to clean the interior. Low and behold it worked!!! The dog smelled...well like a dog again and the smell completly dissappeared from the cab of the truck and I was able to drive it once again.....So yes I can tell you first hand that it did work...Don't knock it till you try it!!pittbulltrooper said:A DOUCHE?......THESE R SOME of the best stories (and nothing but!!) that i have heard in awhile......go see a dealer and their detailler.....do it right the first time.......and lemon peels, jesus......