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2004 ford freestar cabin air filter .......where is it?

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Usually accessible under the hood by the cowl (where the wipers are) there will usually be a plastic cover that allows access to it

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SOURCE: where is the cabin air filter found on my 2005 freestar.

it is in front of the windshield where the air is pulled in, just run the blower on high and listen.

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SOURCE: How/where do I access the Cabin Air Filter on my

under the hood on the passenger side there is a little black access panel on the area by the wiper arm. this pops off and the filter is right behind it.the hose for your washer fluid runs right past it.

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SOURCE: 2004 Ford Freestar SEL sputtering, check engine light flickering.

Engine lamp will come on if idle is too low / fuel mixture is too lean or too rich.
A faulty spark plug will cause this also.

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