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post #1 of 9 Old 05-05-2009, 05:42 AM Thread Starter
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I got a 03 XLT Crew Cab and was wondering where the cabin filter is and how hard it is to change...

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I got a 03 XLT Crew Cab and was wondering where the cabin filter is and how hard it is to change...
It doesn't have one.

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It doesn't have one.
You sure about that? I once read somewhere that it is located to the right of the blinker fluid bottle.

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You sure about that? I once read somewhere that it is located to the right of the blinker fluid bottle.
Pretty sure.

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I did the blinker fluid delete mod. Now they stay on all the time... did I do something wrong?


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I did the blinker fluid delete mod. Now they stay on all the time... did I do something wrong?
...because you're supposed to lube your throttle cable at the same time.

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LOL you folks are relentless...I feel bad for the O/P. The superdutys didn't come stock with one. There was a kit you could order from the dealer years ago to install a filter and mount kit. I've been been told its been discontinued for a long time.

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