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No tools required.

Open your glove box.

There are 2 tabs on either side of the glove box.

Press those inwards, this will allow the Glove box to fall.

Look behind the glove box and you will see a flap with 3 clips.

Unclip those with your fingers and pull downwards.

The Air filter is inside there.





Remove the old air filter.



Insert the new air filter. "airflow" is written on the front if the filter with a down arrow. Make sure you insert it properly.

Thats it.
 

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hmm...is it bad i've had it for 3 years and 42K miles and havent changed it?


especially with the fact that i live in a high dirt/pollen environment? lol
 

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Thanks for this, ive been meaning to change mine because unless i have recirc on my air smells like dirty butthole

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not that i know what dirty butthole smells like :amuse:
 

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gotta keep it fresh. thanks man i total forgot there was one. and had no idea where.
good write up, ima go check mine. probly like how every who read this is also lol

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so i went and looked i dont have a filter in there some one most have removed it prior to me. autozone here i come!
 

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I just replaced mine, $21 later smellin fresh lol. I put a vanilla air freshener in there too and it smells good but kinda strong so im going to go pick up a black ice one soon
 
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