Question about 1996 Mitsubishi Galant
Hi there is there a filter that needs changing and if so where abouts is it
There should be a cabin filter. Call the parts store to see if they stock one for your car in particular.
Cabin filters are located in stream of the outside air flowing in. I know on a '99 Galant, you just had to take out the glove box, loosen two screws, and out she slid.
It'll be right near the blower motor, above the passenger's foot rest, behind the glove box. Simple hand tools will do it.
Be careful when pulling it out, as it may have leaves and acorns or fur all over it. Simply slide in the new filter and you're done.
You'll be surprised at how much better it'll smell, and how much harder your A/C and heat will blow without the constriction of a dirty filter.
Most cars have the cabin filters behind the glove box, but if not there, then they'll have them under the hood, on the firewall, on the passenger side. Usually inside a small black plastic box.
If your car DOESN"T have a cabin filter, then the musty smell is stuff that is sitting in the heat/ AC system. You can try spraying pine sol or Febreeze down the air intake hole for the system. Mind you, this is not the same as the air intake for your cars engine!
The air intake for the cabin filter will be on the passenger side, under the hood, most likely under a plastic cowling of sorts.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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