Question about 2001 Hyundai Accent
Hi, this cabin filter is not the air filter, this is the A/C filter located behind the glovebox, remove a couple of screws and a bigger nutt, and the filter is located in a vertical box.
Posted on May 08, 2009
Actually, the filter you are refering to is behind the glove box. I just put one in.
open the glove box, push in on the rubber stoppers for the glove box. Remove the bolt for the openning stopper on the right hand side (nearest the door). When glove box falls all the way down remove the glove box then remove the bar which supports the glove box. There is a vertical, 1.5 inch wide 8 inch long access panel with a release clip at the bottom, Pull the release clip, pull the access panel and replcae filter. Clean out all the junk you will find in there.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
I'm not positive what you mean by "cabin filter" however, I believe that you might be referring to the air filter. If that is what you are referring to, when you open the hood on the accents and you are standing facing the car looking into the engine compartment the air filter compartment is going to be on the right side above the battery. It is a plastic box (mine is black) it has snaps on each side that hold it in place. Lift these snaps up and open the top and the filter is right below.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
It is behind the glove compartment. I have written detailed step-by-step instructions for letting down the glove compartment, releasing the inside/outside air baffle cable, replacing the filter, and putting it all back together: How to Replace Hyundai Accent Cabin Air Filter Share Your Repair
Posted on Jul 02, 2016
SOURCE: cabin filter 2001 xterra
Remove glove box and in cabin microfilter door will be right there. Note on some Xterras there is no filter installed and the box will need to be cut out in order to install kit. This is a fairly easy task that can be done in the vehicle. Just follow the directions and you should be ok.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
This site http://www.hmaservice.com/webtech/default.asp provides
the service manual, tech service bulletins (TSB), and more for Hyundai.
TSB 03-97-003, Cabin Air Filter, provides the "how to" and filter part numbers.
If you own a Hyundai
you NEED to visit this site.
If you open your glove compartment you'll see the hydraulic attachment on the right side. You can detach this with a small screwdriver by pushing it off the knob that its hooked to. Be careful it is plastic. Once you do that you can then press in on the sides of the glove compartment to release it and pull it forward or downward. Make sure it is empty first or it will be afterwards. You can then see the for clips that you squeeze together and pull the tray out. Once you have it out then simply squeeze the center of the filter like an accordion with your thumb and index finger to get it out of the tray. Follow these steps in reverse with the new filter and your done.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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