Question about Mercury Mountaineer
O god, try looking at cabin box filter. The only thing really is to remove the dash and all heater tubes and vents. I hope its easeir than this for you though. I have a transport that mice got into the heater system and i had to strip the inside entirely except for electrical. Mind you the van had sat for about a month with a blown engine, but it took around six to eight months to rid the smell as they of course did their #s in everything let alone the smell of death. you have to find it or it gets worse. best of luck to you. Anything you remove dont forget to wash it with soap and water.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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