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Something died in the heat/ac vent system of my 89 suzuki

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Something died in the heat/ac vent system of my 89 suzuki sidekick. What part of the system would you suspect it was in, and how hard is it to get to?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Classic Car Service replied 1 year ago.

Hello. Welcome to Just Answer. Please allow me to assist you. Extensive experience with automotive rodent issues leads me to believe that you need to start at the heater fan/blower motor first. This is where most rodent nests occur, as the fresh air intake is right next to the blower inlet. This is how they get into a closed vehicle. More often than not, the rodents build a nest inside of the fan assembly. Since you encountered debris with the fan on, this is the best place to start...If this car was in my shop, I would be removing the blower motor/fan assembly way before I would pull the dash.

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