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Mice made nest in my blower motor a/c system - 2005 Honda Pilot

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They will have to come out of there.a chore.mouse dropping and urine in a blower will create deadly fumes from there fecis they can create diseases..deadly.

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Remove fan blower motor along with squerril cage and clean it

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SOURCE: mice in blower fan. How can I remove fan assembly

What is further amazing they get in through the evaporator drain tube .Unfortunately this means their habitat is also inside that evaporator housing where the coils are. I have had to completely remove the evaporator housing before to adress this issue and it is a fairly large endeavor as the a/c systems charge must be recovered and the right side dash is dis-assembled. I had to soak the evaporator coils in a solution of bleach and water to begin to get the odors out of those coils. Removing just the fan is possible by removing passenger side glove box and gaining access to its mounting screws in the evaporator housing. Once its removed you might be able to see inside the housing enough to asess further needs.

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