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2005 mercury marnier, water drainage causing musty smell in vehicle

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There should be a drain tube poking out of the bottom of the Firewall. Make sure it is not blocked.

There are some products for cleaning the ductwork and eliminating mold. For this, Ford makes a product to spray into the ducts. There are aftermarket products but many retailers have pulled A/C products from shelves as Winter approaches.

A company called Servall is an appliance supply chain and they have stuff for using on Refrigerators and Central A/C units. The main thing is whether it is safe to breathe so read the instructions before occupying the vehicle.

Posted on Oct 19, 2013

  • Michael Boutwell Oct 20, 2013

    Im pretty sure you have an interior air filter, much like the air filter for the engine, the interior or body air filter needs to be changed as well. If it is old and moldy, that may be your source. With a good mask (so you dont inhale all that nastiness) you can clean out the air intake area with bleach and water. I have also seen vehicles with a lot of leaves and dirt build up on the cowl screens (under the windshield). They also need to be clean or you can get that musty, mold smell inside. Just some extra thoughts, good luck!

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