Question about 1998 Nissan Altima
Be careful... the rodent may be "nesting" in the trunk (seriously).
One access hole (supposed to be plugged) is in the trunk, under the spare tire. Look in the lowest part of the trunk, there is a hole with maybe the cover loose. The hole is approximately the size of a dollar bill folded in half. It is a "drain" plug if the trunk gets water in it.
If not there, then it may be under the back seat ... again, use caution when you remove the back seat.
Look for signs of its nest. Use a rodent repellent, not a poison... you don't want it to die in an inaccessible place in your car. It will be a real stinkeroooo.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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