The air conditioning filter is located centrally behind/inside the dashboard. You have to completely remove it to access that filter, in doing so you have to dismantle the enitre board, which can be confusing, and then proceed to take apart the a/c device, (which includes the intake valve for the air, the filter you're after, the coil for the a/c, and the free-on tank, and if you accidently put it back together wrong, that in itself, can cause another slew of problems for you... so it's best left to a mechanic.
where is the fuel filter located on a 2003 Pontiac sunfire
You can find the 2005 Pontiac Sunfire air filter the inside of the air filter housing.. The air filter housing will be in the engine compartment.
A 1997 Pontiac Sunfire has an AC Filter located in the cabin. The filter can be found behind the glove compartment and is used replaceable.
The fuel filter on a 2002 Pontiac Sunfire is in the rear between the fuel tank and the rear axle. By the way its under the car and easy to change takes about 10 minutes.
The 2002 Pontiac sunfire does not have a cabin filter. The air flows freely either in fresh air or recirculation modes.
I've never had to change mine, but it's an in-line filter located near the gas tank.
next to the tank
it at the back of your gas tank
There is none. This vehicle does not have a air filter for HVAC ventilation.
Um, which filter? Gotta be more specific.
I recommend changing it every 50,000 miles unless it is a permanent filter that requires no maintenance.
Near the gas tank. It's an in-line filter.
The Haynes manual specs 4 quarts (with a filter change) FriPilot
Under the car by the fuel tank
I know that on a '96 the fuel filter is an in-line type near the fuel tank. As Pontiac hasn't really altered much on the Sunfire in over ten years, I'd suggest starting there.
how do you change the air conditioner filter on a 2003 lincoln aviator?
The filter is located inside the transmission just inside the bottom pan.
Look under the vehicle - follow the fuel line from the tankRemove clamps and support to replace
You'll have to pull the transmission pan, and drain the fluid. This is a messy job. I recommend having it done at the shop if you can.
on the firewall side of the engine...passenger side
under the car right beside the gas tank
Perhaps a badly clogged fuel filter?