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Enough to drive you nuts - A small animal fills the entire engine bay of a Nissan Murano with walnuts

2018-09-12 13:25

Robin Classen

Nissan Murano engine full of walnuts

Image: Mike Thomson via Jalopnik

A Canadian repair shop got a surprise when they opened the bonnet to assess what was an apparent indicator and non starting problem only to find lots of walnuts filling the engine bay.

According to Automotive test drivers, a rodent of some sort made use of the space to stash the walnuts in every available space - even managing to fit some on the inside of the fender.

More than just the nuts

It also chewed through the bonnet insulation cloth and could possibly also have damaged some of the car's wiring - which is most likely why the car wouldn't start.

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