Allion 2009 - Burning smell when accelerating quickly
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I have an allion (2009) - I am the second owner of the car and the genuine mileage is 129000.
I have done all the oil changes (including CVT on time)
I have an issue on my allion where I get a burning smell when I accelerate rapidly. Lets say, floor the car to rpm 4 or likes. There is a burning smell that comes thru the vents (likely) and it goes off as well - the car races and accelerates. I checked for oil leaks and there was an oil leak on the tappet cover and I did that repair - but the issue did not go away.
Have you guys faced a similar situation?
Can it be related to my gear box?
Please let me know any suggestions. thank you.
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