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Old 09-12-2010, 05:07 PM   #1
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Default 2004/5.4 Does this model have a Cabin Air Filter

How can I find out if my truck has a cabin air filter?

I've looked in my book, doesn't say anything about an air cleaner.

But when I go to the parts store, it shows one listed..

I've taken my glovebox out.. and cant see where an air cleaner would go.
Before I do anymore damage, could someone tell me if this truck has an air cleaner.

2004 Crew F150 Lariat 5.4

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dont believe it does. but not 100%
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this came up a few weeks ago. most said no, some said yes.

IIRC it was said that the models with the automatic climate control had it.
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According to a quick google search, the 2004 F150 models did NOT have a cabin air filter. Call a dealer, its free to ask.
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Thanks for the help! I'm gonna go with "NO" doesnt have one


Now another question....
Any ideas on why my gas cap cover has lost the tension to keep it closed??
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Plastic parts and cheap metal clips more than likely wear out eventually. new gascaps are cheap, go snag a new one.
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Huh ???
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On the question of the gas cap, the spring/tensioner is broken. It's been discussed before on this forum. Only fix is to remove (remove pin to get at broken spring).

I opted to replace with a black billet with a locking door; Scored a used one for 20 bucks.
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