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Does the A/C have a filter. AC is full of dust.

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If your vehicle has a cabin air filter it will be located between the blower motor and the a/c evaporator. To check remove the black under dash panel on the passenger side and see if there is a 1 1/2 inch wide filter cover held on by a gold screw. The cover is shaped like the letter L. If you do have the trap door there will be 2 filters in the case right next to each other.

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