Last post on Aug 08, 2013 at 10:23 AM
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#13 of 22 Interior A/C or Climate Control Air Filter
Feb 01, 2009 (5:43 am)
I'm just now hitting the 10k mile mark on my Veracruz and haven't had any major problems. Me living in Germany makes it hard for me to find parts for my car. I need to replace the interior filter that is in the glove box, per the owner's manual, but haven't been able to find it anywhere. Is there anybody out there that has replaced theirs?? If so, where did you get it and is there an online source that I can get it from??
#14 of 22 Re: Interior A/C or Climate Control Air Filter [veramike]
Feb 10, 2009 (4:36 pm)
#15 of 22 Re: Interior A/C or Climate Control Air Filter [veramike]
Feb 22, 2009 (9:23 am)
I just changed my cabin air filter behind the glove box at 30,000 miles and BOY was it dirty. Suggest you change the filter every 15,000 or 12 months.
Once you get the glove box off you squeeze the two tabs inward on both sides of the filter cover
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#16 of 22 Air conditioning and cabin filter locations
Mar 08, 2009 (5:36 pm)
I recently took my 2003 Toyota Camry to the dealer to replace my left front headlight (dim light was burned out). As I was waiting the service bay attendent approached me with a filthy dirty air conditioning filter and recommended that I replace it along with the cabin filter. Not having the time, I did not have it replaced at this time, but will in the future. However, my question is this.
Is this filter visible when the headlight bulb is being replaced? Where are these filters located?
#17 of 22 Re: Air conditioning and cabin filter locations [gab5]
Mar 18, 2009 (8:13 pm)
Are you asking about a Toyota or a Hyundai?
The "cabin air filter" and "air conditioning air filter" is one and the same on the Veracruz.
Its inside the car behind the glove box.
How to change instructions are in your owners manual.
#19 of 22 2007 Veracruz fogging up on front winshield
Oct 31, 2007 (6:58 pm)
Anyone else have an issue when the weather is raining and you turn your defroster on and it doesn't clear up. I tried going from hot to cold recirculate to non recirculate and even turning on the a/c. No luck. clean the windows then tried rainex defog. works for about a week then comes back % rather annoying. Asked the dealer about it and the manager says his demo does the same thing. asked service, no recalls.
My wife had the same thing with 2004 camry But I couyld get around it by playing with the a/c to clear it and temp. Anyone having simular issues ?
#20 of 22 Re: 2007 Veracruz fogging up on front winshield [sotoloff]
Nov 01, 2007 (12:14 pm)
Did you try defrost on hot with a/c engaged?
I could never figure this out myself, not just with my Veracruz, but every car. I think that there is a certain temp range and humidity outside that makes this difficult since it only happens sometimes...At least for me.
#21 of 22 Re: 2007 Veracruz fogging up on front winshield [sotoloff]
Apr 03, 2009 (6:54 am)
It is possible that you are not getting sufficient fresh air in and are recirculating moist warm air. This could be caused by having your settings on recirc., or your cabin filter is dirty and it is unable to draw in fresh air. These cabin filters should be replaced every 12 months, they really get dirty! It is located behind the glove box compartment.
Turning on the A/C should also take out the moisture since it should condense on the evaporator coils and drain out of the car.
#22 of 22 Veracruz 2008 LTD dual control ac problems
Aug 08, 2013 (10:23 am)
I have a strange issue happening and wondering if anyone else experienced this... The a/c temp on drivers side is always on highest temp regardless of indicator showing differently. I can set the dual control on or off and changes nothing. I can control the passengers side and rear temps without any problems but drivers side always blows out heat.