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AJE

Dead animal somewhere in truck...

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I have an '18 2500 but I posted in here because of the higher traffic and thinking the AC systems are pretty similar.

 

I've noticed the smell the last day or two, 100% worse when the AC is on.   There are mice around my barn so I figured one crawled in somewhere and died.   I have opened the glove box trying to look where the cabin air filter is and I can't smell anything coming from that area.   

 

Anywhere specific I should look?   

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You have a dead mouse in or around filter, put a piece of thin cardboard under cabin filter to catch it when you pull filter out. Same thing happened to me.

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I had one get in my old '92 BMW last winter. Got in one morning & started the car and this guy was in the fan cage area and the fan made all kinds of noise when it started. I thought, what the heck! Two days later it really started to smell. I had to spend 2 hours pulling the stuff off from under the hood to get to the fan motor & cage. Found the dead guy. Let me know if you have a good solution to keep the rodents away besides a cat.

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