The results of letting the Imp sit up for over a year and the rats having their way with it. Well, needed new carpet anyway, guess now's just as a good time as any.
That's funny :-DMr. Holmes says;
1. you're married,
2. wanted new carpet,
3. opened the doors a crack,
4. put cheeze inside but so big a bites that mice would not run to the GD blower cage (that the lil pheuuks like so GD much) and only rats would come in and nest right under the seats.
Screwing random things to the interior and laying loose change around dint fool no one.
Why are these cars so damned porous? What can we close up on the firewall to prevent this?
Anyone else have info on this? My car will be stored in winter and I would like to take all he precautions I can with it being a low mileage car.YUK...Dirty, filthy little critters. Reminds me of an old Ford Contour we had. I would set a Spring trap in the trunk and catch a mouse every day for a week or so. It also helps to keep food and drinks out of the car. They must love McDonalds fries cause I know I found a bunch in there from the kids.
I did see something about a way to help prevent this. I THINK it was a kit from Impala Studios or someone like that and it might have been a cabin filter setup that also prevented these furry fu^k's from getting in there. Not sure where else it could be in our cars other than the firewall that they find their way in.