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I la clicking sound coming from inside the dash along with a foul order that smells like a dead mouse in my 2004 Toyota Camry. The clicking sound and foul order is always present and does not appear to interfere with the vehicles operation. I have turned off radio, A/C and blower and heater and blower, etc. but clicking sound is still there.

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I hCear a continuous clicking sound and smell a foul odor both coming from inside the dash of my 2004 Toyota Camry. It does not appear to cause any problems with the running and operation of the vehicle. ...


i use a rubber hose to my ear
then move it about the dash, find the clicker.
then photo it and ask for what it is here, click add photo.
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