Question about Toyota Camry
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go inside the car, on the drivers side, from the floorboard look at the top of the gas pedal from the door. From the door, look just past the top of the gas pedal you will see the spot to pull the filter out. There are 2 parts to the filter in this car so replace both. One - Filter, 2 charcoal filter.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
The answer is in your owner's manual. Just go to the parts dept of your dealer or to an auto parts store and get the filter. Next, empty out the gloove box. DIsconnect the damper (it is on the right side of the glove box that prevents the glove box from falling open too fast) Grip the top front of the glove box with your left hand and the top rear with your right hand and then push your left hand toward you and your right hand toward the front of the car, like you are trying to make the top of the glove box wider. While you are doing this, pull the glove box toward you so that the glove box is hanging down, (if it was full, it would have spilled the contents on the floor mat). Then the cabin air filter is toward the front of the car, just squeeze the two tabs on the left and right side and pull straight out towards you. You have removed the cover for the cabin air filter. Now, slide the filter out and put the new one in. Reassemble in the opposite that you disassembled.
Again, see your owner's manual, it tells you how to do it and saves tons of $$. This only takes 5 minutes or less.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
You will need to slide the center hump on dash directly above radio and vents backwards towards the widshield. You will notice a crease where the actual part containing vents meets the center hump that is just one piece itself. It should open up giving you access to the right side (passenger side) dash panel that has 5 or 6 screws (they are hex) that need to be removed. You will find the Cabin air filter under this panel after removing screws. it pulls out easily and the new one just sits back in place. Replace the screws and then align and slide the center hump back towards the back of car to lock into place. Relatively easy thing to do..
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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