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Old 10-23-2012, 05:10 PM
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2002 1500 Sport I have mice getting into my glove box!! Does anyone know how they are getting in?

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there will be a small hole somewhere, either someone pulled a grommet or the mice ate thru it.
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Get a cat and they will go bye bye lol
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Probably through the firewall. Why not put some Febreeze sheets in the glove box & under the seat. I have mice in the barn and when I store my Super Bee or Truck that is what I do and have no problems with them getting in the vehicles. I even stick the sheets on the engine while it is in storage. Then of course I put out Decon around the barn and corn bin also.
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theres a soap you can buy that helps keep mice away called irish spring. i have some placed around my house and garage and around the firwall of the truck .
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I've heard Bounce dryer sheets work too. U have to set traps for the little buggers first to kill them off. Then find the hole in the firewall and seal it up. They will get on top of the engine and eat and poo/pee and make a mess of things too. They will also get into the airbox and make a nest. Might check that airbox while U are at it to make sure. Set up your trapline and rebait for at least 2 weeks. That should do the trick, been there.
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