Cabin filter is behind the glovebox... I've seen more in the glovebox than under the hood..
(Sorry for all the posts, I keep forgetting things!)Just a thought but how long was your car sitting at the dealership? if you didnt find any mice in the filter this may have been a nest from previously sitting at the dealership. As u fixed the issue i would continue to do what you have been (parking in garage) and see if it happens again if it dosent then it most likely happend at the dealership
Problem Solve this!
Posted on May 11, 2009
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I was going to help Mark bleed the brakes and I said, “it reaks in here, what were you doing?” (chirp chirp) No response. I look over and there’s a dead stinking mouse stuck in the rocker panel under the driver’s door.
I figure this thing has been baking in the 95 degree Texas sun for at least 4 days.
My first thought is a little olive oil and a pair of pliers. I suspect most of the guts have sunk to the bottom half of the mouse on the inside of the frame panel. If we cut it out, the car will stink forever because there is no way to get it out without cutting the frame of the car.
Any other bright ideas?
2 Responses to “Problem Solve this!”
- <LI class=alt id=comment-99>admin on May 11th, 2009 1:49 pm If you try to take it out, it will disintegrate and stink forever. I recommend a high pressure washer and try to blow it out with hot water.
- Kate_Wade on May 11th, 2009 1:51 pm There’s no way to blow it out. The hole it went through is the largest hole in the rocker panel. Mark would have to cut it apart at the welds to get inside.