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Old 09-02-2010, 10:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hello i bought a air filter for inside my golve box anyone have and idea how to put that in? I know the glove box comes out but after that I am not so sure and my husband cannot fiqure it out
your not married? and you have no kids? crickets churping
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Old 09-02-2010, 11:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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hi its not in the glove box. its under the dashboard by the glove box. if you look under the dash on the passenger side your going to see allot of black plastic. somewhere in the middle there will be a small piece that unbolts and pulls off. it runs from the front of the car towards the back and is 2 or so inches wide and 6 or 7 inches long. when you take the cover off you reach in and pull out the old filter. your going to have to bend it a bit dont worry its garbage anyway . if you look at the new filter there should be 2 places on the side that look like there is a cut taken out of it or it looks broken. if you push on these cuts(towards each other or toward the middle of the filter) you will compress the filter a little making it shorter and easier to install. also if you look on the filter somewhere it will tell you the way the airflow is supposed to pass through the filter. its a little arrow. as you take out the old filter remember which way it faces and look to see which way the arrow is going then install the new one the same way. push it all the way in, bolt on the cover and thats it. you should be done in a few minutes the hardest part is finding the cover you need to remove. if my directions are confusing or you need some more help dont hesitate to ask. good luck
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