Question about 2006 Kia Sedona
1 Clean out glove box. Remove support rod. It's on the right -- push it off of the knob.
2. Remove stoppers on both sides to let the box hang freely on the hinges. Using a screwdriver pry out the stopper while pulling it towards you. -- lift the box during this operation.
3. Remove the filter cover by "lifting" both lock tabs and prying/pulling on both sides of the cover.
4. Remove filter and clean or replace in reverse order. Note the directional arrow on the filter face.
It is more durable than it looks. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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