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Mouse nest in defroster and vents

How do i get into the defroster system to clean out a mouse nest? The defroster wont blow when i turn it on and it smells like a mouse nest.

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U may be able to remove the blower motor and reach it, this is where they usually nest.

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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