How do I get rid of Dog smell coming out of cabin vents?There is no cabin air filter to clean, correct?I've sprayed industrial enzyme odor remover (which has worked well on the carpets) down the vents, but it still blows nasty dog smell..Any ideas?

Asked by Jun 20, 2015 at 11:24 PM about the 1996 Toyota T100 2 Dr SR5 Extended Cab SB

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The bad news is that most likely there is dog hair in the fan blower cage fan, heater core and other places, the only tire way to get it all is to remove the heater box assembly, take it apart and clean it all out. If you don't want to do that, putting some deorodizer down the fresh air intake, most of those are located under the outer dash cowl, make sure you have the fan on high speed when you do this. That's almost as bad as having a dead rat in your heater.

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Ozium, they sell it at Walmart in the air freshener isle. It is a slender white can. Try spraying that in the vents, it kills bacteria in the air and oder. If that doesn't work you will most likely have to tare your dash apart and scrub the heater box with good old soapy water. .

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Beat me to it tennishoes

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If all else fails,febreeze air vent tabs, they go in the vent,

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