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Old 09-24-2012, 10:20 PM
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There are A/C anti-odor sprays in most parts stores, but you could just take it to the dealership as it may be covered under warranty since the A/C system should not be developing an odor for quite some time. Take a look at your cabin filter and see if there's anything on it, if not, you may have the start of growth in the ducts itself.

One other potential place to check is the passengerside foot well or under rear seats. If there's a leak in a sunroof or 3rd tail light that's where water can accumulate after a rain and can start molding.
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