Question about 2004 Lincoln LS
The Cabin Filter is a PF45 $30.00 if you get a discount at the dealer. It is not shown in the owners or sevice manuals. It filters outside air going into the car for the heat & A/C. It is under the Pass side grille below the wiper arm. Have to open the hood & remove the 6 or so plastic push pins holding the plastic cover going all the way across fender to fender. Lift the cover up and under it on the passenger side you have another lid or cover to lift up and these is the expensive and very dirty filter. That's the easy part. Forget the Push Pins you may break after you figure out how they work.. Use wire ties where your short good pins. I have the same Veh and there is no sensor on the filter. You can reset it on the fuel display after you put a new one in. The Air filter is for the engine, Wix #42341 . Just so you know the only CORRECT Oil Filter if you have a V8 is FL2021 (dealer) 0r a WIX57302. No one else makes the correct one. For a start with Dash Warning Lights,go to the trunk and disconnect the black ground battery cable for 10 minutes, to clear any codes and see if they return next time you turn key on or start veh.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
I beleive you may have a HEPA filter for the passenger compartment. Check owners manual or call a autoparts store to get a free error code reading.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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Locate the cabin air filter container on your Lincoln LS. Looking at the engine from the front, you will find the casing on the left side against the back firewall. The cabin air filter is mounted vertically and is approximately 6 by 9 inches and about 2 inches deep.
Remove the cowling cover by pushing in the black cover pins and lightly prying the cover off with a screwdriver. Lift the filter out of the container.
Vacuum the inside of the container to remove any dust or debris. Wipe down the inside and outside of the container and lid with a clean damp cloth, then dry it off completely.
Insert the new cabin air filter into the container and check to make sure it is seated properly. Cover the container by putting the lid back on and gently pushing down to make sure the pins click into place.
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