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Old 06 Apr 2010, 03:38 am
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could not find were to post this .
I have a 2004 pt cruiser i have the repair manual from online and i cant find anything on a Cabin Air Filter dose the 2004 have one? or is the manual out of date ? I downloaded from a link some one posted...

I would hate to tare my car looking for it if it dose not have one.
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Default Re: Cabin Air Filter on 2004?

From what I've read here, it only came on out of the country models.

Alaska? Didn't think the air there got dirty...
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Old 06 Apr 2010, 06:39 am
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Default Re: Cabin Air Filter on 2004?

All the PT's have the space for the cabin air filter but the filter itself is missing. Sort of, easy enough to put one in yourself. The dealer sells them or most of us bought some filter material and made them ourselves. We also found out that the filter itself was the same size as one of the filters that fit into the larger riding lawn mowers (but that's another story).

The cabin air filter holder is located and accessed from the engine compartment. It's in front of the passenger inside the cowl (the black piece with holes in it by the front windshield). Both sides (driver and passenger) cowl have to come off (if I remember right ...it's been years since I put a filter in). Once that cowl is removed, you can see the access where a filter is put in.

Here's where it was discussed before. There's 4 pages of discussion:

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Default Re: Cabin Air Filter on 2004?

great thanks for the info.
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Default Re: Cabin Air Filter on 2004?

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From what I've read here, it only came on out of the country models.

Alaska? Didn't think the air there got dirty...
Depends on where in Alaska. After following a 28 wheeler for 50 miles on the haul road north of Coldfoot in August, dirty air will have a new meaning.
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