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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-24-2012, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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Squirrels made a home

Dang squirrels made a nest on my engine. I hadn't been driving the Sub lately, so I went to check it out. First the hood wouldn't open. Finally got that to pop, needs some lube. Then I found a squirrel nest on the engine. They tore off a bunch of the underhood insulation and brought in some cedar twigs. Luckily they only ate through one vacuum hose (I think it was in their way).
They also set up a toilet on the fender well, so nice of them to not poop in their bed. Got everything fixed up, now I'm going to assassinate every squirrel I can for the next couple of weeks, at least.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-03-2012, 04:15 AM
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sorry i haven't been around,forgot the password that i put in and had other issues. i'm assuming that eavery squirrel within the county has been processed into fish bait. at least they didn't get the wires. i had a skunk hidin in mine {at least it smelled like it }i just left it alone and just remembered i was goin to check on the damage(sittin in hospital makes you remember weird things) any ways glad to hear no massive destrucion or rewire.

Idiot proof is a lie considering that all of the idiots have tried it.
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