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2003 Chevy LT CC Cabin Air Filter

My A/C quit working on me a few weeks ago, so after looking around online I found that it was most likely the blower resistor or thermostat, which I changed and now it works again. Now my question, I decided to go ahead and replace the Cabin Air Filter and cannot find out how to change it. There are videos online and they show a small door on the bottom of the filter, but mine looks like a solid sealed unit, it looks like the only way to get the filter out is to pull entire AC underdash unit out. I have the console that goes up under the dash and my unit looks entirely different than the ones online.
How do I change out my Cabin Air Vent Filter?
And, does my truck have one element or two?
The box from Oreilly's only came with one filter.
Thanks for any help with this matter.
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I'm pretty certain that your '03 doesn't have a cabfilter but I could be wrong.

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I can see a filter element in there, but I am unsure on how to get it out of there. I could not see any way to get it out of the housing. Both videos online show a regular AC system, whereas mine is an LT with thermostat control and mine looks different than the ones in the videos. If anyone is familiar with the ones like mine, please let me know how to get it out of there. Thanks!
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