02 1500, got up energy to change the cabin air filter this weekend.
Instructions downloaded from the internet mentioned 3 screws to remove
bottom cover, whilst standing on my head and wondering why it would not come
down, found the 4th screw. Removed the filter cover and could not believe
the crud that was present on/in/near the filters. Sucked all the remaining
area clean and reinstalled new filters and had first time luck installing
the screw above the transmission hump. Much more flow rate now and smells
Hmm, I wonder if it isn't an Outlook Express thing. Happens on other
NGs quite often with Outlook Express and GOOGLE Groups.
I throw away the odd screw too in order to keep my sanity. Got the
end missing off my left thumb and can't always starts screws with my
left hand while some situations make it impossible to use my right.
My better half gets lots of calls for assistance.
The last and final screw I found was next to the accelerator pedal foot
rest. Tried to move cover away but could not. YMMV The diagram I had
showed the hump screw and two to the right of it, no mention of the 4th to
the left of the hump screw.
The easiest way to find out is via an online parts search (napa etc) or call
a local parts dealer . The chevy dealer would know for sure. I know
somewhere the did not include them.....don't know why....probably bean
Thanks Mike - greatly appreciated. I think this weekend I'll be
removing the 4yo filter and either order the one you mentioned or see if
the local autoparts store has a compatible one. Thanks again!
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