What is the best way to disassemble ac vent under driver seat in 2011 Camry

Fryedaddy
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Asked by Fryedaddy Jul 09, 2013 at 05:19 PM about the 2011 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Strong odor of something dead in cab of car. Seems to be coming from vent under driver
seat

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Fryedaddy
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Never mind , found dead mouse under trim on where side post and running board trim come together...... YEAH!!!!

tennisshoes
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I feel for you, the first thing to do is remove the drivers seat and hope you can find the source right there at the opening, if not then follow the duct work, you may have to remove the console and carpet to locate the where the vermin is located inside the duct. If you do find it I have found that a high concentration of Dawn antibacterial dish soap and some water works the best at killing the odor and removing any fluids left behind due to decomposing. You've got your work cut out for you, Good Luck

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