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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have a cabin air filter, it will be located behind the glove box. You need to open the glove box, remove all of the contents, disengage the rod at the right side, and squeeze in on both of the sides towards the center of the box, this defeats the "stops" that keep it from falling out when opened. Let the box door swing down. Right behind the opening left by moving the glove box down & out of the way is the heater box. Look for a rectangular tray, on the box, facing you, pull it straight out towards you. The cabin air filter is located in this tray, if you have one.
No tray = no filter.
Very easy to do this.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
Once you locate your fuse box (usually under the dash someplace), take the lid off & look at either the underside or the topside. Each fuse should be labeled.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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