Mice seem to like to build a nest on my 02 Camry air filter. Yesterday, after smelling a foul smell for awhile a loud noise started up under the dash. It got louder the faster the blower motor went. When I got home I pulled out the filter, and there was the usual maple tree seeds mixed with the material of the filter making a cozy nest.
But this time I found a hole in the filter. After vacuuming the area, I reached in to feel the blower fan. Sure enough there was a mouse in the fan blades!
I wish Toyota would make a rodent proof cabin filter.
In the meantime I guess I will leave the filter out for the winter.
Anyone see any problems with this?
Happy new year to all!
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