Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
Behind the glove compartment. Remove the one screw that holds the limit rod on the side of the glove box. Squeeze the sides of the glove box and remove from dash. Look straight ahead though the glove box opening. There is a rectangular panel that must be removed to see the air filter, no tools required. note the direction of the filter so that you may install the new one in the same direction. Pull the filter out slowly as there may be debris on top, you do not want this debris to fall down into the fan blower, if you do just reach into the opening and pull out the debris, leaves, ect. install new filter, cover, glove box and limit rod.
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Press the "Power" button to turn off your unit and then remove the filter from the filter panel on the side or front of your air conditioner. Refer to your manual if you are unsure where the filter on your unit is located.
Inspect the filter. If it is dirty, brush off dirt, debris and lint. If it is really dirty, wash it with mild soap and water and allow it to dry completely. Reinsert it into its compartment. If your filter is worn out or damaged, purchase a replacement filter from an appliance or hardware store and replace the old one.Turn on the air conditiner
Check for a reset button on your air conditioner and press it to reset your unit. Some of the newer air conditioners have reset buttons to restore the default factory settings. Press the "Power" button on the front panel of your air conditioner to power down your unit if it does not have a reset button. Unplug the unit from the electrical outlet. Leave the air conditioner off for several hours to see if it will reset.
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