2001 Jeep Cherokee - How do you replace the cabin air filter
Where is the cabin air filter on a 2001 Jeep Cherokee and how do you change it? I was told it is under the dash-board that must be removed to change the filter.
yea i believe its under the the passenger side of the the dash
wrong. open the hood. look on the passenger side of the firewall behind the coolant reservoir. there should be a panel that says cabin air filter, but even if not, use a little common sense and find the only panel in this general area. remove this panel, and then remove the filter. my advice though, is dont do it at all. they're stupid and dont need to be replaced.
look at this http://www.wjjeeps.com/cabinair3.jpg
Melanie, actually if you have that dead trench foot smell in your car, its mold found on the cabin air filter.
If this is still live, only the Grand Cherokee has a cabin filter. The classic Cherokee (XJ) DOES NOT HAVE ONE!
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