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Make sure that your A/C drain tube is clear. You should see condensed water dripping out when running the A/C for a bit, if not it's all collecting inside. If it's clogged try running a wire up and down from the bottom to break it loose.
 

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* If you don't see condensation dripping under the car, check the drain tube.

* If you do see condensation under the car, turn the heater on full blast for a few minutes (I'm not kidding).

As pointed out, there's a smelly bacteria responsible for the stink -- but a few minutes of heat will kill it and eliminate the problem.

Remember one guy called a radio talk show about the problem -- and the idiot host told him he had a dead mouse somewhere in his a/c system. Imagine the wild goose chase that poor guy went on...
 
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