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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-01-2019, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
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Changing cabin filter

Any how to's on changing the cabin filter?
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Might check owners manual or google?
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Pretty easy. Lower the glove box. The glove box doesn't have to come out. There's a flat looking panel with tabs. If you remove the panel out slides the air filter. Just reverse the steps to put it back in.

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Pretty easy. Lower the glove box. The glove box doesn't have to come out. There's a flat looking panel with tabs. If you remove the panel out slides the air filter. Just reverse the steps to put it back in.
also there is some kind of tab that has to be cut first pretty straight forward someone one the facebook group did it.

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Any how to's on changing the cabin filter?
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Pretty easy. Lower the glove box. The glove box doesn't have to come out. There's a flat looking panel with tabs. If you remove the panel out slides the air filter. Just reverse the steps to put it back in.
also there is some kind of tab that has to be cut first pretty straight forward someone one the facebook group did it.
Yup, small notch cut out to access the screw. Easy peasy to do!
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