Re: 1997 Jetta , where is the compartment air filter...
It should be under the left hand side of the front winscreen trim, there should be an access panel with for scew head clips. Pull these about half way out and you should be able to get to the pollen filter, be careful with these panels when the car is cold as they crack
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The 2001 model Aztex has 2 cabin filters, they usually come 2 to a box when you buy them. The charcoal carbon filters are the best.
•Open the IP compartment door. •Remove the rear inside IP compartment door. •Open the HVAC module assembly access door •Remove the RH passenger compartment air filter from the HVAC module. •Slide the LH passenger compartment air filter to the HVAC module opening. Remove the LH passenger compartment air filter from the HVAC module.
•Install the LH passenger compartment air filter into the HVAC module opening. Slide the LH passenger compartment air filter toward the left side of the HVAC module. •Install the RH passenger compartment air filter into the HVAC module opening. •Close the HVAC module assembly access door. •Install the rear inside IP compartment door. •Close the IP compartment door.
Hi. The 2006 Kia sorento is not equipped wiht a cabin air filter. Only the 07 and 08 sorentos are equipped wiht this filter. With that said; If your vehicel had a filter, it would be located just behind the glove box. If you were to access it for replacment, you would Open the glove box and remove the side stops so the glove box can swing fully down and hang on its hinges. Once that is done, you will be able to access to the cabin air filter and the clips which hold it in place.
oil in the air filter is caused by one of 3 things, excessive oil level in the crankcase or excessive engine cylinder leakage causing to much back pressure and blowing the oil up the and into the crankcase vent hose, this same condition can also be caused by a plugged Positive Crankcase vent system valve. (PCV for short)
The MAF is in-line with the air filter intake tube. Just locate the intake tube and follow it to the air filter box. There should be a wire connector in between, that's your MAF. You should be able to remove it with a phillips screwdriver and a 10mm wrench.
"look for your air filter box. its a big square box on the right hand side of the
car under the hood. you cant miss it. ther should either be clips or screws
holding the box together. you have to get the top off of it to get to the
filter... just replace the filter, and put the top back on and ur good" per Chinogang Senior Member