Changing the cabin air filter in my '02 was a trying (to say the least) experience. I finally gave up on getting one of the cover screws back in place and it has ridden in the glove box for the last 20,000 miles. All I can say is the filter taken out of my truck clearly showed it was filtering the a air... It was in far worst condition than any engine air filter I have ever seen. When I hit 50,000 I plan to change the cabin filter again and will try to get the @#^& 'ing screw back in place. ... Jim
I thought the 03 had the spot for the filter but it just wasn't there?? Was this bad info?? Also someone posted that the filters were actually made from material similar to pool filter material and they could be cleaned with cleaner, washed, dried and reinstalled. Anyone know if this is correct?
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