On my c240....all you do is pull back the two air intakes so they are detached from the cover itself. Then just grab it on both sides and lift up firmly and quickly. It has 4 metal split brackets that fit into a bracket. Just line them up and push down to replace. If your vehicle is slightly different just talk to a mechanic at the dealership...that is how I found out. Larry
raise the hood and on the passenger side remove the two plastic screws and the one plastic plug from the plastic cowl just below the wiper arm remove the cowl and the cabin air filter just lies in a rectangular hole its a drop in filter you may have to replace the plastic screws they can only be removed about twice
You have to remove the glove compartment to access the filter. Couple of screws and your done These filters are expensive: 25-30 dollars! The installation instructions for the Honda Civic DX, LX, and EX s are in the package when you purchase the cabin air filters. Location of cabin filters: Behind the glove compartment, behind an access door on the passenger side of the vehicle. I just now removed and install the filters on my 2002 Honda Civic LX. Very easy. To remove existing filters: 1. Open the glove compartment and locate and remove the hindge tabs on both sides of the inside of the glove compartment. The tabs are plastic, and pry out very easily. Once you've pried them open, remove each. 2. Just let the glove compartment door swing down. Note: all the contents will fall out. :-) 3. There is a black plastic horizontal door. Open the door, no tools needed, and remove it. 4. Pull out one filter with its plastic frame. 5.Slide the second filter over, and remove it and its frame. 6. Remove the dirty filters from each frame. (Mine were quite dirty.) And replace with clean filters in each frame. 7. Reinstall both filters and frames into the filter housing. 8. Reattach the filter access door. Tilt the glove compartment door up. Replace the hinge tabs on the inside of the glove compartment. 9. Put all of your staff back in the glove compartment. And you're done!
Remove your glove compartment by unscrewing 2 screws on the inside and several more on the outside underneath. Unplug glove compartment light so you can remove the entire glove box. There is a black plastic plate that has 3 hex screws next to your console near the floor. Remove the plate and you can remove the old micron filters. The hex screws are an odd size and NOT metric, I believe its 7 /32 .The filters have tabs that you can pull to remove them. Reinstall the 2 new filters and put everything back together. TIP ......the filters can snag while you are inserting them...I usually cut a thin piece of cardboard to help guide them in...also its kinda tight down there , good luck.
NOTE: Read the complete instructions before beginning this procedure. 1). Remove the glove box pivot pins by pulling up on the handle then sliding them inboard and removing the plastic pivot pins at the bottom of the closed glove box (they may be hard to remove) then open the glove box. 2). To remove the retaining cord, the cord disconnects from the glove box. The glove box end which is a plastic retainer, attached to the cord. UN CLIP THE PLASTIC PIECE FROM GLOVE BOX. 3). Remove the right quarter panel plastic piece that is to the right of the glove box on the floor and between the door. IT IS THE CURVED PLASTIC PIECE. Remove the plastic nut and screw/bolt. Then pull it up and toward the front of the car. 4). Remove the brown plastic piece above the glove box THREE screws. 5). Remove the plastic glove box retaining housing FIVE Screws then remove the housing. IT is behind the glove box door. Set it out of the way. NOTE: You will be able to see and access the blower motor. 6). Just left of center, looking straight at the black blower box, remove the clip holding both cabin filters. 7). Remove the filters together. NEW FILTERS SHOULD COME TWO (2) TO A BOX. 8). Install the new filters in the same hole. THEY INTERLOCK (in the center) and are a small challenge to get them back in. Then re-install the retaining clip holding the lower filter to the air box. NOTE: There is NO clip on the top filter. Replace all components in the reverse order...
The air filters for your engine are located inside the black box that is on top of the engine. You will need to remove the black box and then turn it up side down to access the torx screws. unscrew all the screws (the screws will stay in the upper box) and remove the covers and you can replace the air filters.
The cabin air filter in a 2006 Mazda 5 is located under passenger side dash. First remove the left side kick panel and plastic underneath the glove box. Locate the air filter box and remove the four screws holding it. The air filter will then be able to slide out. Simple replace the filters with the new units.
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