Question about 2004 Mazda MPV
Every time I open my A/C, a foul smell comes out with the vent. I read from a magazine that to remove a foul odor coming in from the air vent when the A/C is in operation, I should let the air flow with the A/C off before I switch off the engine to blow off the mold that accumulated in the evaporator. I did that but the smell still there. So I am guessing that it might be the air cabin filter. I am not sure if 2004 Mazda MPV ES is equipped with a cabin air filter or not.
(cabin filter solution) Their is an cabin airfiliter behind the glove compartment (2004 mazda mpv) which is very easy to take off. Replace the airfilter or clean it with soap and water. Open the glove box and on the bottom left had side of the glove box if you apply enough presure on it by pulling it out towards you and slightly down it should pop off. The right side should slide out immediately following the left side pop. All it is, is a fork like claw holding on to a bar. On the ride side is a bar sliding into a hole. That should do the trick. After the first time its a sinch.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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