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Where are cabin filters in 98 dodge ram 1500

I've got heat / airflow issues and I don't know where to locate the in cabin air filters

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SOURCE: cabin air filter location and how to replace

under the glove box there is an access panel remove panel and replace filter

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SOURCE: fuel filter removal for dodge ram 1500 2003 model


The combination fuel filter and fuel pressure regulator is used on all engines. It is located on the top of the fuel pump module. A separate frame mounted fuel filter is not used with any engine.
Both fuel filters (at bottom of fuel pump module and within fuel pressure regulator) are designed for extended service. They do not require normal scheduled maintenance.

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SOURCE: 98 dodge 1500 ram speedometer not working sender

ABS LIGHT ON AS WELL?IF SO..I WOULD LOOK AT ABS SENSOR IN REAR DIFFERENTIAL..GETS SPEED SIGNAL FROM THIS SENSOR AS WELL..USES ONE IN TRANS FOR TRANS SHIFTING

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SOURCE: where is cabin air filter 2000 dodge intrepid

The 2000 Dodge Intrepid is not equipped with a cabin air filter.

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Number 1 is on the drivers side on the front. The cylinders are arranged 1-3-5-7 down the drivers side and 2-4-6-8 down the passengers side. The firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2.

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Cabin filters did not hit the mainstream until the late 90's. It is unlikely that your vintage vehicle is equipped with one.

I did give some suggestions to help resolve your issue on your other post.

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I have a 2002 silverado 1500 heater & ac work fine, but hardly any air coming out vents.


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2005 ford escape 3.0 V6... the heater/defrost last winter was barely enough to defrost & keep you warm & now in the summer the A/C was barely cool...had the a/c checked recently by dealer they said...


Does your vehicle have a cabin filter? If so, recommended change interval is 15,000 miles. If you have not changed it recently and/or you park under tree's, I will bet that the filter has more leaves on it than your driveway.

Okay, I've dealt with this a time or two. Surely, the dealer checked or mentioned the cabin filter?!!
How about airflow out of the dash vents, and....wait for it....a vacuum leak. I'm sure the dealer mentioned and checked all this stuff. But just in case he didn't....try these:

With or without a cabin filter, debris can get into the system over time and partially clog the airflow thru the system. The blower motor must be removed and using a light and mirror, one can look into the duct work and see the blower side of the heater core, and evaporator, as well as the drainpan. They should be fairly clean. If not, you will need to have it cleaned out.

If all is good with the filter, ductwork, and blower, all that is left is the electronic's which work in tandem with vacuum. The blend door actuator could be stuck between hot and cold, A. because it's faulty, or B. its jammed with debris, or C. low vacuum.

All the controls and actuators and electronic's would take hours to explain. So, read the following and go from there.

It sounds like vacuum is not getting to the vent, heat and A/C controls. Find the vacuum can. It may be under the hood on one of the inner fenders. The "one-way" check valve is usually located in the line and close to the can, make sure it works properly. The valve could be the very thing that's causing the problem. Trace the lines back to the vacuum block at the intake manifold or fire-wall, and also back to where the line goes thru the fire-wall. Check the can for leaks or obvious holes. They used to be just a plain metal can, but it could be a plastic ball. Check the lines as you go, for breaks and rub-thru's. Move the controls thru all settings and listen for vent door movement. Worst case is a bad vacuum motor or air flow position selector switch, and/or a faulty Blend Door Actuator. If you have been driving around with the Temperature knob or control set at the same spot for months, move it from fully cold to fully hot several times and wait for the air temperature to change each time. This will help reset the blend door and vacuum control system. Hope this helps... Let me know what you find.

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What part number for the filter


call your auto parts store, we don't know if it's the air filter, fuel filter, oil filter, cabin filter, pvc system filter, transmission filter, p/s filter, don't know what kind of car, size of engine, need to know more information that I NEED A FILTER.

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I changed the a/c filter and have been trying to reset the light which says a/c filter change required but it won't reset. Can't understand why because I press reset as soon as it comes up...


All those lights etc on the right side of your dash
are not tied to anything

You don't have to change anything
or do anything. Oil,Cabin Filter etc

THEY ARE JUST GADGETS

Status does cycle
You press Reset & hold

When it says to hold, you
quickly press & hold Reset again

You can just forget all that

Doesn't do anything

You don't sit in your car &
call it up with the status button
& watch it anyway.


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Fuel Filter --every 3 years
Air Filter --every 3 years
Cabin Filter --every 3 years
Trans & Power Steering--3 years
not over 30,000 miles--EVER on any vehicle

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So I am having a problem with my A/C that everyone says is my cabin air filter. When I am parked, the A/C hardly blows at all, but when you speed up it starts going. By the time you hit 70 mph there's...


I would put some thought into replacing the fan or the fan switch first. If the fan works OK when in heat mode, then i would suspect the A/C controls as what you say tells me the fan is not working. Only forward motion of the car causes air to pass through. Your vehicle has a cabin filter, NAPA part #
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