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  1. Dom

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    #1 Dom, Dec 1, 2003
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    I got tired of dust/bugs blowing out of my heater vents when I turned the heat on in my 308 GT4, so I decided to check/replace the filter.

    Here is a photo of the heater core.
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    #5 Dom, Dec 1, 2003
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    I replaced the filter with a foam filter from home depot that I cut to size ($0.99). Put everything together again, and tada. Much improved.
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  8. 4re gt4

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    I'll be damned! I didn't know that there was a filter in there.

    What I did is use some standard furnace filter material and cover the inlet - right behind the grille. The grille holds it in place.
     

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