I HAVE MICE IN THE INTERIOR OF MY 1999 LINCOLN TOWN CAR AND THEY ARE CHEWING UP THE FOAM INSIDE SEATS. NEED TO KNOW HOW THEY ARE GETTING IN. HELP! PLEASE!

Asked by Apr 10, 2017 at 02:01 PM about the 1999 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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This is most interesting......is your car sitting a long time? were the windows left open for venting? Do you have a lot of leftover food bags in the back seat? I would say that there is a hole somewhere under the body.....go to a muffler store and lift it up.....that should be more revealing for access to the cabin

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The car is in a garage. It may sit for a couple of days at a time. There is no food in the car as we have no small children and don't eat in the car No windows were left open. Thanks for your input.

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Buddy had same. Used electric shock trap. Worked great. Stick and conventioal traps failed

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Have never seen an electric shock trap. Where does one get them.

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