Why does my Car’s Battery smell like rotten eggs?
A car battery will smell like rotten eggs (or sulfur) as a result of overcharging. When overcharged, electrolysis occurs in the battery fluid which boils it and evaporates, letting off a very unique smell.
If you are experiencing a “rotten egg smell” near your battery, an unusually long time to start your car’s engine, or are have owned your car’s battery for 3 or more years, it’s time to get it’s looked at.
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