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Hi I really need some help with my 5.9 gas.
Every time I'm in my truck it smells with sulfur, I opened the hood while it was running and it definitely smelt worse like rotten eggs. Also my drivers and passengers windows are foggy.
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Well your right on the sulfur. That's what it is. Don't worry about the driveability, it shouldn't be an engine problem.

I'd look into an O2 sensor or a catalytic converter. One of those may have fouled.
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The fog could be caused for various reasons. If it just started, I'd assume theres a leak in a window seal. Don't take my word for it, it happens a lot though. A solution to stop that is to simply stop breathing ... don't do that. Just a thought, maybe rain x the windows, see what happens. Inside & out.
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So could it be a clogged cat?
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not necessairly clogged, but don't rule out that out. They can fail for various reasons. Any check engine light?
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Yeah my air bag light comes on and off which is really odd
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Well, that would be irrelivant, but definitely get that checked out. It could be a false signal, but wouldn't want to wreck with that on, Lol.

But I wonder if you may be running rich, or have some misfire causing unburned fuel to enter the system. I don't know man, just throwing ideas out there. if there was a misfire, I'm sure, a check engine light would come on however.
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yeah I think the check engine light would be on. Well thanks for the ideas.
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