1997 T100 Cabin filter?
I just replaced the blower motor/fan assembly today in my 1997 T100 as its main bearing
had failed. When I felt up in there where the squirrel cage blower goes I found a crud-
covered piece of foam rubber. I removed the glove box and saw what looks like a filter
(foam with a plastic grid). I've read that the T100 doesn't have a cabin air filter. There
doesn't seen to be anything important between what I'm looking at (through the glove box)
and what I'm feeling inside the blower housing. BTW, my A/C works great after I
recharged it last season.
Is there maintenance I should do here, maybe vacuum the foam off? But there's nothing
to be replaced?
Please straighten me out.
Yup. and Yup.
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