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I know it has an air filter for the engine, but I'm not able to find where the cabin filter is, if there is one.

-The glove box can't be taken out.

-I'm not seeing anything when I remove the velcro upholstery near the floor mats.

I tried various web searches and the Toyota.com website downloadable PDF, but its still not clear; it just mentions 'Air filters' very vaguely which seem to be for the engine.


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Checking several sites I have not found any thing that relates to a cabin air filter for your Camry. They list several other models but none for a Camry. For future reference Fram has a database that lists instructions for replacing cabin air filters by make ,model and year. It appears that they became available on the 2002 models.

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It also varies wildly by market. In South Africa, for instance, The Opel Corsa B and C (known as a Buick Sail in the US and a Vauxhall Corsa in the UK) doesn't have the actual filter installed, althought the empty container smiles at you from behind the firewall. –  Juann Strauss Apr 14 '14 at 10:10
Checking on a reliable auto parts site, it doesn't show a cabin air filter as being available for the 2000 Camry. Just confirming what @mikes is saying. –  Paulster2 Apr 14 '14 at 16:18

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