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Hey guys!

When stationary I am getting fumes inside the car.

I thought it was exhaust fumes, but I had an exhaust place check it out and there are no leaks.

Any ideas :?:
 

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This dose not sound safe , is oil getting on something hot in the engine bay and then making it's way via the HEVAC ?
I once had a Defender that sucked in exhaust fumes and put me to sleep by the road end , I was driving. :shock:
Dose it go away if you hit the air recirculation button?
 

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Eventually got to the bottom of this problem.

Turned out to be a short breather pipe from the sump that had split.

Part number is LLH000110 - £2.82.

RESULT! :thumb:
 

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£2.82! that will probably never happen again :thumb:
 

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I am also having this problem for the past few weeks now..... when I come to a complete stop or backing up slowly, I get the exhaust smell. My muffler is also in perfect shape. Can you give me a idea where to look in the engine bay for the pipe.

Thank you
 

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Agreed- the vent pipe and the pipes that attach to it - common failure.

Mine didn't fail by fumes coming into the cabin ... I put the foot down for an overtake and the large pipes to the seperator split venting the oily sludge onto the exhausts and a huuuuge trail of white smoke poured from the car as I went past the cars.

I looked in the mirror to pull back in and **** near keeched ma'sel on seeing the smoke. Thought i'd truly blown the engine. :lol:

The missus wasn't overly happy either. oops.
 

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garioch43 said:
Hi Herman,

My local specialist garage sorted it for me.

It is described as....

Crankcase Vent Oil Separator to Drain Vent.

http://www.roverparts.com/Parts/LLH000110G.cfm

Your symptoms are EXACTLY the same as mine, so i'm sure this will fix it. :pray:

Good luck!
thanks for taking the time to reply. I will try to have a look soon, I will update with what I find.
 

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You might want to stop at the local airport and get Carbon Monoxide detector for a small plane, which will tell you if you have that problem.
 
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