Remove drivers side underdash sound proofing panel, remove accelerator pedal(yeah I know). Fold carpet back remove three retaining screws from cover, fold cover up. remove filter by moving it out behind brake pedal.
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Right hand drive model isn't so easy ! 2008 model :-
remove centre panel behind radio (unclips) remove glove box lid and panel and then inner glovebox (unscrews and unclips) carefully unplug five wiring multiplugs from glove box etc.
undo and lower down fuse box,unclip all wiring multiplugs from top of fusebox,remove fusebox bracket from bulkhead (2 x 13mm nuts) push fusebox down out of the way.
pull carpet away from side of centre console and remove two small (7mm head) black self tapping bolts from cabin/pollen filter cover and slide out filter.
Reverse process to rebuild !
Refer to your owner’s manual for the specific
location of your cabin air filter. Some are found in the engine
compartment and others are located in the interior of your car, under
the dash. Note that some models may have more than one cabin air
filter, so be sure to check both and replace them when needed. We
suggest replacing them in pairs to eliminate the hassle of future
Loosen the box and inspect the cabin air filter
for debris, dirt, leaves and other objects that are obstructing the
path of air entering the cabin.
Remove your old filter, clean the filter box and install a new filter. Secure the box.
Run the A/C systems with the doors closed to verify the repairs.
It can have a cabin air filter, but most vehicles ship without it.
Either way, you can access the cabin air filter housing by opening the glove box all the way (squeeze the sides so it clears the stops).
The filters are around $15 at the dealer.
Whether or not there's a cabin filter installed, make sure you're also
following Chrysler's recommendations in the owner's manual—running the
air on recirculate all the time will encourage mold and bacteria to
It's under the dashboard. First you must dismount the accelerator pedal
(!), remove some dashboard plastic on driver side. The filter is
somewhere behind the central console. I think it should be changed every two years. Look into the manual. The
company where you take the car for oil & filter change every year
must change also this filter with no additional charges. Of course they
charge you for the filter, which is not very exponsive.