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Dead rodent in air duct

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Wow, apparently this problem is more common than I thought! Some say in the future, the best way to avoid this is to always close your fresh air vents when you park your car.

It is possible that your cabin air filter needs changed. Look in your car manual or on for its location.

If the rodent is stuck in your blower motor, you can remove the blower motor as there are bolts that are around the cover of the blower motor the blower motor is on the fire wall. I hope this helps.

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