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Old 11-01-2009, 05:14 PM
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gotta 70 cadillac. how'er squirrels gettin in?

i know mice get into cars but how? i know i got squirrels cause of all the nuts on top of the heater blower unit. i just want to know how in the fk them rats with the cute fur coats are gettin into the frikken interior of the car so i can block it off!!! they havent made any nests, that was in the engine bay. they just go in there and leave a larger than rat, barrel shaped turd on the floor. the metal is solid, no rust anywhere. i figure it's thru the heater vent so WHHHERE IS THE OPENING?
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Check the area just in front of the windshield. I think that might be the fresh air intake, should be covered with a grid.
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Old 11-19-2009, 10:17 PM
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so all the air that comes into the cabin to heat the car comes from outside under the hood? ie no recirculation? sb
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Old 11-19-2009, 11:15 PM
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Yes, no air recirculation on anything that old, they didn't start that until about 1990 (roughly).
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Old 11-21-2009, 12:34 PM
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well thanks then, i will block it off. just have to untie the tarp i put on it fo all the damned rain and wind! had a tree blow over right in the alley behind me the other night. we have been getting hammered!, 50, 60 mph gusts w/70 up in whatcom county. my cat has killed 3 mice last week too. but i'm sure it wasn't mice in my car....at least last year
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