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Varna Ultrasonic Rat Repellent Installed in JEEP, Diesel

Friday, August 27th, 2021

Simple step by step Varna Rat Repellent installation to repel rats creating problem in JEEP. (click to enlarge pictures)

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CONNECTED TO BATTERY

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Rat Entered the Passenger Compartment Destroying Seats? Varna Ultrasonic Repellent Already Installed in Engine Bay

Friday, June 4th, 2021

The rats primarily damage the parts in the engine bay and visit the engine bay regularly through the wheel well. But they cannot enter the car passenger or compartment as the car cabin is completely sealed by the car manufacturer. Here, the rats makes a entry by nibbling the air vent or any other soft entry point and gaining a passage to the passenger area. This usually happens when there is food littering within the car, and rats try to make a way to eat and succeed.

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Once the rats enter the cabin, it destroys the interiors or seat etc. as below

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The Ultrasonic Device repellent installed in the engine bay will not stop rats entering the passenger cabin. Rats quickly enter through Ultrasonic area and gain entry to the cabin. So, the ultrasonic repellent cannot stop them passing by within few seconds.

What can be done now?

Step 1 : Place glue traps on floor mats to capture the rats which may reside in the car dashboard.

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Step 2 : Repair or replace the damaged part of the car where rats are entering. Fix all the entry points where rats have created.

Step 3 : PLEASE DO NOT allow anybody to eat inside the car or clear the food items every night before exit from the car.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Ultrasonic Repellent Device will protect only the engine bay by producing ultrasonic waves within the engine bay, once the rat gains entry to the passenger cabin, you will have block the entry by fixing the damaged part and flush out the rats which have already gained access inside the car cabin.

 

Varna Ultrasonic Rat Repellent For Renault Kwid

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

Skoda Laura – Varna Rat Repellent Installation

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Varna Rat Repellent installation pictures for Skoda Laura.

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The rat repellent has to be faced towards the bonnet hood for reflecting the sound throughout the engine bay.

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Stick aluminium sticker provided by us when there is foam pad within the hood. This will help to reflect the sound 100% efficiently.

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Connect Red Wire crocodile pin to Positive terminal and Black wire to negative terminal of the battery.

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Atleast make sure if there is 5 – 8 inches clearance is there between repellent and hood.

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You will hear beep audible sound once you connect to the battery while pressing “TEST” button, it means it is functional now.

Volkswagen Jetta – Varna Rat Repellent Installation

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

Quick Installation explained for Volkswagen Jetta –

Fix the unit inside the Bonnet, visibly outside, SPEAKER FACING UPWARDS to rebound the ultrasonic sound throughout the bonnet area evenly. (Please make sure the speaker is not obstructed and do not hide between any engine area.)


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Red Wire has to be connected to Positive Terminal & Black Wire has to be connected to Negative Terminal of the Car Battery (12 Volt battery power is required, you may also draw power from any wire which is passing power)

 

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Please check the unit functionality by pressing “TEST”, you will hear a loud sound.

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If your car bonnet lid has heat insulation or heat proof layer (when you open your car bonnet you can see the black layer), face the speaker towards the engine metallic area to re-bounce the ultrasonic sound evenly throughout the engine area.

Cruze Chevrolet – Varna Car Rat Repellent

Saturday, November 14th, 2015

Easy Steps to install Varna Suraksha Car Rat Repellent for Cruze Chevrolet

  • Focus the repellent towards the hood and tie the unit firmly with provided plastic tags and support.cruz01
  • Connect red wire to positive terminal and black wire to negative terminal.
  • You can see red light flickering and hear beep sound when “Test” button is pushed.

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Stick the aluminium sticker to the hood if you have insulation foam for better reflection of ultrasonic sound throughout the engine bay.

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X-Trail Nissan – Fixing Varna Ultrasonic Rat Repellent

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

 

Simple picture guide to install Varna Ultrasonic Rat Repellent for X-Trail Nissan car.

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Face the Varna rat repellent facing towards the bonnet hood to reflect the sound throughout the engine bay. If your car has insulation foam within the hood, you may have to stick aluminium sticker to reflect the sound 100%.

 

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Connect the red wire to positive terminal of the battery and black wire to negative terminal of the battery. The unit will be functional, you can see red light flickering.

 

Skoda Rapid – Varna Ultrasonic Rat Repellent Installation

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

Simple picture guide to install Varna Ultrasonic Rat Repellent for Skoda Rapid car.

 

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Face the repellent towards the bonnet hood to reflect the sound throughout the engine bay. If your car has insulation foam within the hood, you may have to stick aluminium sticker to reflect the sound 100%.

 

rapid02Connect the red wire to positive terminal of the battery and black wire to negative terminal of the battery. The unit will be functional, you can see red light flickering.

Hyundai-xcent – Varna Rat Repellent

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

Simple steps to fix Varna Ultrasonic Rat Repellent for Hyundai xcent car

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Fix the repellent facing towards the bonnet with the help of plastic tags provided.

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Varna Rat Repellent Installation for Volkswagen Vento

Monday, August 17th, 2015

 

 

 

 

The Varna Ultrasonic Rat Repellent has to be faced towards the bonnet to reflect the sound throughout the engine bay.

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The repellent has to to be firmly tied with the help of provided plastic tags.

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Connect red wire to Positive Terminal and black wire to Negative Terminal.

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If you hood is insulated with cushion foam, please stick aluminium sticker provided in the box.

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