Question about 2003 Mercury Mountaineer
This is not good. Your problem is worse than the Squirrels that put Walnuts in my A/C ducts and shorted my controls. The critters can chew holes in the plastic vent covers to gain access.
Your critters could have pooped and peeed in your Ductwork. This may be covered by your Comprehensive Insurance as it is a Health Hazard. Call your Agent, really, call your Agent.
I believe your Series of vehicle has an In-cabin Airfilter. This may help. Ford does carry products to Sterilize the A/C ducts which will help. Although the products were intended for Mold and things growing in the Ducts.
A dead Chipmunk is a possibility. So is a cooked animal on the motor. Good luck on this, about all you can do is change the Incabin filter and decontaminate. A Dealer can take apart the ductwork and get to th heart of the matter.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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