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Locations mice can get into and how to stop them

Mice keep getting into vehicle chewed wires to a sensor near bottom of engine found nesting material etc at filter back of glovebox they get inside the car is there special screens that can be placed at vent? locations to stop them? Thanks for any help that you can give! Barb

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SOURCE: noise from blower fan from mice nest

You should be able to remove just the fan blower from under the passenger side dash and clean out the housing and the blower wheel

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Nothing you can do but get rid of the mice. This is a very common problem and shops make good money off it. If you prevent then from getting into the vents then they will nest on the engine and eat up other electrical parts.

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Check other end from air cleaner duct, where it hooks to the throttle body, some thing could have gotten stuck in there, holding the flap open some what making it idle high.

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SOURCE: car was parked & mice chewed on wires under

That is not good. They will need to be replaced of course. The only problem is replacing them. It is hard to tell what all they chewed up. It could be more then what is shown.

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