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What would cause my air conditioning on my 2006 subaru tribeca not to work

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If the cabin filter is not changed on schedule, the A/C can be damaged. You have to pull out the glove compartment to access it.

This happened to my 2006 subaru as well. The dealer in Georgia who serviced it did not replace the filter and I have no way of proving it (moved to CA now).

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Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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