You didn't mention if it was gas or diesel, but if it is gas follow these intructions. Not sure if it's the same on a 99, but my 96 Tahoe fuel filter is located inside the frame rail on the driver's side under the drivers seat. You will need flare nut wrenches to loosen the fuel lines as the lines are tight and you could damage the fittings. You will have to remove the bolt holding the bracket and fuel filter to the frame. Keep rags handy to soak up the fuel spillage. Also make sure to wear safety glasses. Gasoline smarts when it gets in your eyes. Also make sure to follow the fuel flow direction on the filter to install it correctly. Not a fun job to do in the driveway. But is is better than paying jiffy lube $65.00 to change it when the filter only costs $8.00 at Wal-mart.
the fuel filter on a 1995 Chevy Tahoe should be located below the driverside front door just climb under the driverside door and look attached to the frame, easy to find and easy to change once you know where they are.
I checked into it on my 03' Tahoe and 05' silverado and there is no cabin air filter, they said they quit putting them in in 2002. . Good luck
The vacuum selector switch on a 1999 Chevy Tahoe is located under the dash. It is to the right of the gas pedal.
2002 was the last year for the cabin filter, so 2003 doesn't have one.
You can find a 1999 Chevy Tahoe engine fuse block wiring diagram in the car's owner's manual. You can also find it at most auto part stores.
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You can find the air conditioning drain on your 1999 Chevy Tahoe on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The condensation drain hose routes water to the bottom of the engine compartment.
You can find it under the battery.
If it has a 4L60E then you need a new transmission control solenoid inside the transmission. If you have the 4L80E then you need to find and change the transmission control module
Did you find the air filter yet?
You won't find a gas filter on a diesel engine.
A 2WD Tahoe does not have torsion adjustment bolts, it uses front coil springs and not torsion bars.
I found the answer on another site, went out and checked our 1999 'bird. you don't have to jack up the car to find it, but will to change it. it is under the car on the drivers side, just about at the end of the door frame. It is about 7" from the outside of the car frame. Feel along and you will find it. It is an inline filter.
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I could not find any reference in the 1999 Explorer owner's manual to a filter for the cabin or passenger compartment air filter. The 2000 model shows a dash warning symbol for the passenger compartment air filter - but that's all the information I could find about it.
Find the air filter housing, the big black unit on the drivers side under the hood. It has clips that latch it into place. remove the clips and lift the cover, replace the filter and return the cover and re-latch it.
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It is on the driver side of the engine.
One can find a Tahoe Cabin in Lake Tahoe areas. The following are some examples of Cabin accommodation in Tahoe; Tahoe Keys House Rental, Tahoebliss-Charming and Elegant, and Serenegateaway near forest.
where do I find the battery on a 1999 Chrysler sebring, can't find it in the engine compartment?
If you look around under the hood you will find a sticker somewhere that will show you were they go.
Hey Jerry==Find the filter in the fuel line under the truck. Then there are special tools required to remove the flter available at the parts store relatively cheap. GoodluckJoe
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where do I find the egr valve on a 1999 Chevy Cavalier?
Did you ever find out how to change the air filter on a scenic. Been trying to get the air box off for about 2 hrs now :-(