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Old 03-27-2012, 10:42 PM   #1
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Got a 2004 mustang V6, today. 53k miles. Has cat smell in it. Anybody have an idea how to get it out??
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Did a cat sell u the car?
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A cat lady, yes!!!
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So she took her cats for rides.....wtf is wrong with people these days
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Old 03-27-2012, 10:49 PM   #5
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Hahha apparently. And apparently her cats thought it was a liter box!! Yuck! But hey, 6k for a 04 with 53k miles ain't bad that smell will come out!! Some how!!!!!
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Do u have one of those deep cleaners where it sprays soap and water and vacuums it up? If not.. I would just vacuum the crap out of it with a regular vacuum and shower it down with the odor eliminating spray (ferbreeze I guess)
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I'm thinking I will get it detailed, shampooed inside and that should take care of it hopefully... 😝
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O yea that should do it.. I was just thinking of things u might have around the house
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Yea...I'm also have trouble with The volume..on the radio is messing up.. As in if u try to turn volume down it will turn up and vis versa... When u turn it either way it goes way loud then won't turn back down.. U gotta turn just right?? What's wrong? And how much does it cost to fix??
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Never had that problem. Not sure what's going on there. Someone else might know though
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Yea...I'm also have trouble with The volume..on the radio is messing up.. As in if u try to turn volume down it will turn up and vis versa... When u turn it either way it goes way loud then won't turn back down.. U gotta turn just right?? What's wrong? And how much does it cost to fix??
My dad has a 2002 ford explorer (yes I know not a stang) but I figure their radios for the cars from ford must be a little similar. I've driven it before and the volume does that crap too. It's not going all the way loud like you say, just goes up a few clicks when trying to turn lower then it gets lower. I just play with it a few seconds and it turns down. No idea how to fix it though sorry.
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Got a 2004 mustang V6, today. 53k miles. Has cat smell in it. Anybody have an idea how to get it out??
Go to Petsmart and get urine cleaner. They have some that have an enzyme that eliminates the order from a biological point. I think they work pretty well.
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Go to Petsmart and get urine cleaner. They have some that have an enzyme that eliminates the order from a biological point. I think they work pretty well.
What's suggested above and an ozone generator will probably work best, but if it has soaked into the seats, underlying foam and carpets very much you may never get it out, short of replacing all the seats and carpets.


A rental place or cleaning company may have an ozone generator you could rent.
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take out the interior (easy actually) this includes seats and carpet mainly. Then clean it or replace at least the carpet and shampoo the seats.
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