An 08 F150 Harley Edition does have a cabin air filter located on it. Furthermore, the F180 Harley Edition has a fuel filter located in the engine compartment.
A 2007 Jeep Liberty does not have a cabin filter.
The fuel filter is located under the rear of a 2006 Jeep Liberty. The filter is located between the rear tire and the fuel tank.
The fuel filter on a gas engine Jeep Liberty is inside the fuel tank, part of the pump.
Hi Well you better sit down so I can tell you where the gas filter is located for a 2008 Jeep Liberty Its located in the gas tank on the end of the gas line yep in the tank PERFECT
It is located just (2") above the oil filter.
Front driver side of motor.
It is part of the pump in the tank.
It is on the driver side of the firewall.
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : The fuel filter is underneath the vehicle , below the drivers door , mounted on the frame rail
A 2008 Jeep Liberty does not have a cabin filter.
It's located to the left of the oil filter.
It is mounted to the firewall on the driver side.
Front driver side of the engine.
A 2003 Liberty does not have a cabin filter.
The 2004 Jeep Liberty has a "lifetime" fuel filter built into the fuel delivery module. This is located inside the fuel tank. The filter itself is not servicable. If you suspect a plugged filter, the entire module, which also contains the pump and level sender, will need to be replaced.
Fwd left hand corner of the engine (3.7l) , and has a drain gully..
I have never come across a 1999 Explorer that had a cabin air filter. I am looking at the Ford online service manual right now, and I don't see a listing for it, nor do I see a picture of it anywhere in the diagram. All indications are that vehicle never came equipped with one. My 1999 Ford Explorer Does in deed have a cabin filter, it is located behind the glove compartment.
The cabin air filter filters the air used to heat or cool the inside of the cabin.
Above the skid plate, facing diagonally upwards
It is a 19mm nut located on the lower back side of the oil pan. The oil filter is in the front.
I believe that one is under the car near the gas tank.
I am pretty sure it is located in the fuel tank. Yes, the above answer is correct. You have to drill out the pop rivets in the rear-most tie-down hooks located on the floor of the cargo area and remove the hooks. You then roll up the carpeting and remove a "hatch" to get access to the fuel filter, which sits above the fuel tank. Beware, the Mopar factory part is about $175. Once I found out, I decided to wait until my filter was clogged before I would replace it! The fuel filter cost/location and the oil filter location are two of the biggest complaints I have with our 2002 Liberty Limited. Talk about designing things to force you to go back to the dealer...how ridiculous. I would like to look for a remote fuel filter so I can bypass and remove the one the factory installed. Fuel filters, like oil filters, should be located in an easy-to-access area for frequent replacement.
No. A 2003 Jeep does not have a cabin filter.