Cabin Air Filter Replacement
Removing Lower Access Cover Step 2 - Locate the filter retainer bracket and remove mounting bolts.
Removing Air Cabin Filter Retainer
Removing Old Air Cabin Filter Step 4 - After the old filter has been removed, install new filter.
Installing New air Cabin Filter Step 5 - Once filters are installed correctly, reinstall the retainer bracket.
Installing Retainer Bracket Step 6 - Install retainer bolt.
Reinstalling Retainer Bolt Step 7 - After the installation of the filters are complete reinstall lower cover
Installing Lower Cover Helpful Information When you turn on the air conditioner or heater the cabin air filter is put into action, like any filter it becomes dirty inhibiting the air flow through the vents. Replacing a air cabin filter is relatively simple and can be performed in a few minutes with minor tools in most cases. Some vehicles are not designed with a cabin filter check the owner's manual for location. The service interval of these filter can vary due to road condition and environment. Tools and Supplies Needed
- Air cabin filter
- Small socket set
- Small screw driver
- Safety eyewear and gloves
- Filter becomes plugged not allowing air flow into the vehicle cabin.
- Filter retains moisture creating mildew odors.
- Always inspect filter at regular intervals
- Replace filter more frequently if driven in dusty areas