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On a 05' tahoe the bottom of the glove box area is different than the earlier years (00'01'02') and would like to get a better answer to where the cabin air filters are. Please help.

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The dashes are the same.
The cabin air filters do not exsist on a 2005 tahoe. Gm didn't put them in after the 2003 year model in the trucks and suv's.

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