I figured out where that mildew smell was coming from, its inside the doors!
I've used a long plastic ty-wrap (wire-ty) to push up into the four drain
slots under each door. It is completely free on both, no clogs or water
draining. If the windows are 'up', no smell. If the windows are 'down',
the smell is there. Could there be something else blocking or harboring
water to create this bad smell? The AC drain is not the culprit. If you
smell inside the two rubber window seals at the top of each door with the
window down, phew! Please help.
Well, gee, you could go to your local janitor's supply store, tell them you
have mildew and need a cleaner that will not harm (list door materials) and
then disassemble the doors....
I'm very curious as to why you want to fix this yourself. The dealer has
techs who can take apart a door and reassemble as good as new. It may not be
mildew or mold but some animal that died, etc. Also the dealer can inspect
the door to find out what went wrong & fix (for free!!) if something is
wrong in the current door.
You got a Toy so you have many years of DIY. Why start now if you don't have
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What retail business are you in so I can come scream at you and see how much
you want to help me then????
Here is a novel idea....go ask the dealer to help.....hmmmmm. Nah , easier
to make an ass out of yourself isn't it Doug.
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