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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: in cabin air filter
its most likely located behind the glove box. which usually comes unhinged fairly easily from its open position stoppers. then there would be an access panel to remove to get to filter(s)
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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).
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
I'm going to send you exploded view of the glove box and the in cabin micro filter cover illustration. Remove the two upper screws on the glove box and carefully pry metal clips loose.
Disconnect glove box lamp electrical connector. Do not let glove box assembly hang from glove box lamp harness.
Remove three lower screws and remove damper clip from glove box door. Separate glove box housing and passenger instrument lower panel.
Remove three screws and remove in cabin micro filter cover.
Remove in cabin micro filters from front heater and cooling unit assembly.
Note When installing two new in cabin micro filters ensure that the filters are facing in the direction indicated by the direction arrow for the airflow. Direction arrow is printed on side of in cabin micro filters.
Install in cabin micro filter cover. Reinstall glove box.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
Testimonial: "Finaly I found the air flow door with three screws and removed it. The filter will need replacement soon. It is been replaced one time at the dealer."
I just did this on our 2007 Sonata. 1. open the glove box. On both sides of the glove box, there is a black tab which prevents the glove box from opening to far. The Chilton manual says to remove these, but that is more difficult then simply pressing inward on the sides of the glove box to release them from the channel. Now the glove box should open even more. Next, remove the piston arm from the right side of the glove box. You can do this by removing the panel on the side of the dash, but you first need to open the passenger door. You can also just use a screwdriver or other tool to slip the piston of without removing the dash side panel. Now with the glove box hanging fully open, you can see the cabin filter box. There are tabs on both sides of the front that you simply press together in order to slide the filter out of the box. This whole process from beginning to end should only take about 10 minutes and is very simple.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
you shouldn't need any tools but empty your glove box. there's 2 pins on the hinge side of the glove box. slide those out and carefully drop the glove box down. you will see the filter door. simply open and replace and put back.
the first time may take some time but it's pretty easy and the second time you should be able to do start to finish within 5 min
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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