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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
follow the upper radiator hose away from the radiator toward the motor and that is where you will usually find the thermostat housing.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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
o easy enough just jack frontcar up use jackstand for safety now loo up under the bumper where fog lights sit depending on style fog light u might need to pull the whole assembly out or just twist the bulb not a hard task once u see it from underneath it is pretty easy
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
You were not clear, but I assume the compressor runs OK. If not, troubleshoot the electrical to the compressor. Did you replace the orifice tube while it was discharged for service? If not, then check the pressures. If low side pressure is high the tube might be plugged, especially if you truly had a bad compressor. In a properly working system the line should be cold on the evaporator side of the orifice tube when properly charged. If compressor runs, system properly charged and that line is warm then suspect a plugged tube.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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