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99 Bonneville SE

Is there a filter for the heater fan? If so when should it be replaced? the car is clean with 57k miles on it. (granny's car)

Asking question because I heard of an issue with a 93 Buick Century with 90k miles that cost $350 to replace the fan because it was not able to **** the air thru the filter because it was so clogged.

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  • rlinenger Jan 26, 2009

    Oops... for clarification, the Century I spoke about is a 2003, not a 1993.

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Does not have a heater fan filter, only a air filter,oil filter and a trans. filter. oil filter change every 2500 to 3000 miles- air filter depends upon driving conditions it should be inspected at time of oil change- and trans. filter changed every 30 to 35,000 miles

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