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If you mean rogue, there should be a cover for your in cabin filter right by the gas pedal to the right towards the fire wall. It should be fairly skinny in size and just unclog the cover and pull out existing filter. To replace, just reverse the step. Quick tip is to pinch filter in the middle like a bow tie to help fit back in easier. Hope this helps you out and GL
Filters can be deceptive - as well as quickie oil change joints!! While a dirty cabin air filter will not affect your mileage or performance, a dirty air filter will rob you of power and fuel mileage.Modern air filters can take a decent amount of abuse but, if it is a disposable, they can clog up and not LOOK bad. Replacing a disposable air filter with a cleanable air filter ( like K&N or Spectre) will improve your engines performance and lifetime span and is something you can do without paying somebody to do for you.Cleaning your air filter about every 10 oil changes will assure maximum performance. Some will say this is too frequent and very well may be, depending on your local terrain ( dirt roads, sand,farming,city, etc.) and you'll have to be the judge on that. Quickie oil changers make their money on peripherals - filters, additives, etc. and many times will tell you a filter needs changed when it doesn't. The general rule of thumb on filters is this; If you hold the filter up and look through it at the sun or bright light and see light through it then it is still good, but if lots of junk falls out of it then it's time to replace.
Should only take about 15 minutes to change the cabin air filter. Nissan did in fact provide a location behind the glove box. Remove the glove box by releasing the two pins at the bottom. Then using a phillips screw driver remove the black cover and this will give access to the filter slot.
If you haven't figured it out yet, try the two links below. They have pics and diagrams. I haven't done this yet but, Nissan suggesting to have it done. (Sitting in the dealer having oil changed as we speak. They want $90 to replace the 2 filters.) I'm planning on doing it myself to save about $70. Doesn't look too difficult - just a little time. Parts are about $22 at local parts store. hope this helps. (Won't be back on this forum. So won't see any response you submit back).
Regarding the door, you are prob going to need a body repair shop to do it properly.
The cabin ir filter is located behind the glovebox. Open the glovebox, remove all of your personal stuff. Disconnnect the shock absorber-looking thingy at the right side. Press IN on both sides of the glovebox "box", to defeat the 2 travel limiting pins on either side. The cabin air filter is located in a black or white rectangular looking door, pull it out and extract the filter.