What’s in Your Cabin (Filter)

Discussion in 'Clarity' started by Bbeardb, Apr 5, 2020.

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  1. JFon101231

    JFon101231 Active Member

    Yeah, funny, I thought about that very same thing while driving last night...
     
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  3. Richard_arch74

    Richard_arch74 Active Member

    After having our car in storage (garage) for 3 months I opened the car and smelled this putrid/urine smell. Sure enough the bastards set up an encampment just above the air filter. The filter was used as a litterbox. The insulation was the insulation from the footwell area. I have an appointment with an interior detailer who has experience with this type of thing.

    BTW, the traction battery only lost about 2% SOC over the 3 months here in Michigan. I had my battery tender on the 12v battery and the car started right up.[​IMG]

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  4. MrFixit

    MrFixit Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the club !!!
    I worry more about what you can't see than what you can see !!
     
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  5. PHEVDave

    PHEVDave Active Member

    Mice have been known to fit through a hole as small as a quarter inch in diameter which is about the size of a pencil.
     
  6. We had scratching sounds in the space between upstairs and downstairs. Set a trap, and couldn’t figure out how the bait kept coming up missing. Our CritterCam solved the mystery!

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    And in our case, neither Irish Spring soap nor dryer sheets had any effect.
     
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  8. Richard_arch74

    Richard_arch74 Active Member

    My continuing saga with Mousecapades:
    Went to a car detailer who said he was experienced with smelly cars (because of the urine smell) and I got it back and now smells like deodorizer (almost as bad as the urine smell), took the car to a local new/used chevy car dealership yesterday to get their opinion and they suggested an ozone treatment. I said let's do it.

    Today I get a call from the dealership and they said they had a problem with the car. . . . , an employee backed into my car on the lot. Before letting me know they take the car to an autobody shop (which I have used before and have had good success with) and they estimate $652 of repair cost.
    This whole thing is turning into a clusterfuk

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