Question about Hyundai Sonata
I had my oil changed and the man checked my cabin air filter. Now every time I turn my heater or a/c on over 3 it starts making a loud noise. Does that have anything to do with it?
It could, if they removed it to inspect it, maybe they didnt get it back in place properly. i would suggest you go back and have them recheck it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cabin Air Filter
Open the glove box
Remove all of the contents in the glove box
On the right side, dis-engage the rod going to the split plastic pin on the glove box door
Squeeze both other sides of the glove box to defeat the stops that keeps the glove box from falling open
Observe the box in the area vacated by letting the glove box drop down, this is the heater box
Locate a rectangular cover (approx 7 " x 2"), it is located on the face of the box; facing you.
Pull this cover out towards you, the cabin air filter is located in the tray that is connected to this rectangular cover.
This should help you replace it.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
SOURCE: Cabin Air Filter
on top of dash board on right side, pop center cover toward windsheld with plastic wedge and you will see 3 t20 torx screws, holding right cover on, pull gently and watch out for speaker wires (certain models) below that panel there are approx 6 t20 torx screws holding another black plastic cover on,
under that is the pollen filter, remove by relaesing tabs on back of holder and reassemble, for future note on right side of dash panel containes ECM and TCM, engine control module and transmission contorol module.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
remove the glove box by pulling the sides in and opening it passed the stops. there's a 2" x 8"(approximate) box behind the glove box open the cover and you'll find the cabin air filter
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Posted on May 09, 2009
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