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Can't find cabin a/c filter on 2000 VW Beetle

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Remove wiper arms, then remove rain cover by pulling the rubber seal off. It will be at the passenger side under the rain cover.

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I cant locate the cabin air filter on my 2008 VW Beetle. I went to the location and its not there. There is a musty smell coming from the vents.


The cabin dust & polen air filter location & replacement

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The cabin air filter is placed inside the car under right dash panel near windscreen. See pictures below:

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Buying used 1998 vw bettle 71564 miles orig owner auto a/c . What should I look for as far as any problems . Timing belt change ? .Please tell me. ...


first thing is the timing belt and water pump and thermostat. This job can be expensive but if not done will be catastrophic if belt breaks the next things will be : accessory belt , fuel filter, cabin filter, tentioners , battery ,cables , axles , sway bar bushings , control arm bushings , air conditioning system

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Oil capacity in liters including filter for vw beetle 2.0L model 2000


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Cant find cabin a/c filter on 2000 beetle


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the cabin filter is located in the centre of the dash. access it from the top. the centre top trim slides away from you towards the windscreen. then there are two screws undre that, and the filter pulls up on one corner

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Where is fuel filter for a 1979 VW Super Beetle


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The cabin filters have instructions stamped on them to what's up and down. Good luck

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2001 1.8L turbo VW beetle replace the cabin air filter


Push the center piece, on the dash, forward until it unsnaps and exposes the screws for the passenger side piece. Take the piece off and you will see the filter bracket down in the dash. Remove the filter and replace with new one.

PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO RATE!

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Ok, have your coolind system backflushed. Your heater core could be clogged. This could have been caused in using the wrong antifreeze system or mixing the green with the vw g-12 antifreeze. This could ran you about $110 to 150 dollars at a radiator shop...stay away from the Jidffy lube or oil doctor's . This could be your cheaper alternative to solution to your problem..good luck..

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Is it not blowing enough air or is the air never getting cold the first may be a clogged cabin air filter a pain to get to need to remove the center and right side of the dash top plus anothe cover to get to it.

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