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Discussion in 'LEX Motorsports' started by lexmotorsports goodguy, May 12, 2014.

  1. Huck

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    hey while you have the dash all apart. Find out where the outside air-intake for the HVAC is.
     
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    I believe it's below the wiper cowl on the passenger side.
     
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    Exactly "believe" i want for certain and the interface so i can make my own cabin filter. If they have it all parat, easier than tearing about the cowl.
     
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    hope this helps, I don't really see where the intake is, possibly in the engine bay in the fender.

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    2nd pic. Where's that located in relation? That looks like an intake


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    Ok well now I am certain. The HVAC system pulls outside air from inside the steel structure of the wiper cowl. There's a plastic piece of duct that comes up into the cowl cavity through a horizontally flat piece of sheet metal at the top of the firewall. Sorry for the crappy photo, but I couldn't see what I was shooting. This photo is taken through the opening where the PCM mounts on the engine side of the firewall; the metal tang you see on the right side of the photo is what supports the backside of the PCM.
     

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    I can't really see any easy way to make a cabin filter for this setup.
     
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    Only way I can think of is from inside. Guess it'll take more digging


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    You're welcome!
     
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    Thanks!


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