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Old 08-07-2010, 07:54 AM   #1
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A/C Filter Location?

OK, simple question....any idea as to where I may find the A/C filter on my 2008 Pacifica. Basement A/C units. I have looked under the bed, not there, bed is part of the rear slide out and the only thing under there is the slide parts and access to the 350 CAT.
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OK, simple question....any idea as to where I may find the A/C filter on my 2008 Pacifica. Basement A/C units. I have looked under the bed, not there, bed is part of the rear slide out and the only thing under there is the slide parts and access to the 350 CAT.
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Jon, Look in the vicinity where ever there are toe board grill covers. For instance I have a filter located in the bottom of our closet on the back wall of the rig. If you didn't know where the finger hole was you might not see it. I also have a 2nd filter under the bed.
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OK, I am going to go Nuts. I am still looking for the filter or filters for the basement A/C. Only thing under the bed is acess to the top of the CAT. Found to what looked to be return air vents in the bedroom under the corner mounted W/D. Pulled the vents off all this give me is acess to the rear of the water heater, the invertor and items mounted in the passenger side rearmost basement compartment.
Wife noticed as well as I did the under the drawers of the built in chest of drawers is a metal mesh screen. Looking behind this you can see this is where the duct work is run for the furnace heat. However you can feel the screen is also pulling air back into this area from the coach, which makes me feel this is also the return air location...but again, I can't seem to locate any filters.
Help Me Please....Pretty Please!!!
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Found them!!!!!!!!!!! I have to pull out the bottom drawers of the dresser, reach under all the flexible duct work, under the hot water line from the water heater and there they are....Surprise LOL!! Who da thunk?
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Can you post a photo of the filter location?
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Can you post a photo of the filter location?
I will see what I can get for you as far as a photo goes, but it is a tight fit with all the hose vents in that same area.

What model coach do you have, it could be in a different area.

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