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Where is cabin air filter in 1999 GMC Suburban k2500?

As front vents are not blowing air properly,please guide me how to fix it Thanks

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Check right behind glove box, there should be a slotted area to remove the filter.

Posted on Mar 15, 2015

Testimonial: "Thanks a lot for your prompt reply, but still didn't find the filter :( . I guess there isn't any filter."

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