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HI, I tried cleaning the cabin aircon filter of the LC200 but forgot to put it in recirculation mode. So I forced open the inner cover of the filter to get the filter tray and suddenly the cover came loose, Now when i installed it back, it is now always in recirculation mode because i can smell everything outside and when i tried rechecking the filter, there is some motor movement that likes to seal the filter but retracts eventually. Now the filter cover is always loose. Would you know of any solution? appreciate your help

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a new motor would take care of that , cause the sensing switch(potentiometer) is in the motor assy.. so if the motor runs past the desired position then the switch is bad in the motor pack. if the swicth on the dash was bad then the motor wouldn't move because it thinks it is in the right position and no action is required. i just hope the splines are not stripped on the recerc. door from extended malfunction. - good luck.

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SOURCE: Cabin air filter location 2003 F250 6.0L crew cab pickup

hey jack open the back door and look up top where the hinges are and that should be the one for the back and the front if it is not up under the hood where the wipers are then check up under the dash

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SOURCE: Would like to know where cabin air filter is located?

your cabin air filter is located under the windshield wiper cover on the passenger side of car open your hood to see the access panel

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SOURCE: need to install cabin air filter

If it's anything like my 2005 Tucson all you have to do is open glove box and find the elastic cord that comes from behind glovebox and runs through a hole in the side. Release this cord (just let it go, it won't go anywhere). Drop the glovebox down and you'll see where to replace the filter. There are 2 black clips a little ways in on either side, you have to pinch these and pull on them at the same time. The filter will pull out, replace it, slide back in, then rehook the elastic cord and close glovebox. Done!!!

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