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Southern Pa. is a place to avoid right now as this article explains... http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/27/us/27stinkbug.html
Somehow they are getting into my truck and I am puzzled as to how. The only time I am opening the windows lately it to try to throw them out. All the door seals look good. The cabin filter should be blocking them from sneaking through the vents. I just dont know how I keep finding at least one inside the truck on a daily basis lately. They have a hard shell so they cant just fit anywhere. I am almost looking forward to a good freeze to kill these stupid things!
 

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Any time you run the HVAC, you are pumping air into your truck. It has to flow out somewhere. I haven't tried locating the vents where the air leaves the cabin, but they are usually towards the rear of most vehicles -- could be in the rear door jambs or under the rear seats. Just might be an entry point for your little stinkers.
 

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they crawl in to the door jambs like the door gaps, and when u open the doors they get it, i was looking the other day
 
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