its under the heating swicth
Filter drier is used in an A/C system to take moisture out of the system. It is installed on the liquid line.
if you mean the filter/drier, then looking at the engine compartment, the left side near the jack
Check at the top of the accumulator drier-usually located at the passenger side firewall
A filter drier for a cooling only condensing unit will have an arrow pointing in one direction. This is because the refrigerant that passes through it will always flow in the same direction. A heat pump filter drier must have the ability to allow the refrigerant to flow through it in either direction and so a filter drier that is made for a heat pump will have two arrows pointing in opposite directions.
Liquid-line filter drier.
It has what is called a receiver drier........ It does not have a cabin filter.
Look on the larger hose from the compressor - maybe near the drier at the passenger side firewall
The evaporator is located behind the dash on the passengers side and the receiver drier is located in front attached to the a/c condenser.........
low pressure input side, but it really does not matter, because you have to pour in approx. 2 oz. of a/c pag or ester oil in there. That is if your refurring to an air conditioner unit.
The filter/drier is under the hood, passenger side, along the inside of the strut tower. The cabin filter (if equipped) is under the dash passenger side. Only the three zone auto temp systems have a cabin filter.
Usually on top of the drier - if not then follow the line that connects to the drier