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    Cabin air filter replacement

    I made one final video this morning, showing the cabin air filter replacement procedure. Pretty simple, but sometimes it's nice to watch it being done first.




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    A clear and well documented video! Thank you!

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    thanks. nice and easy. i checked out some of your other vids too. it seems that ohio had a nasty storm there in 2012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kapitan View Post
    thanks. nice and easy. i checked out some of your other vids too. it seems that ohio had a nasty storm there in 2012.
    I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to replace the filter. Zero tools needed. It's even easier to do when you're not holding your phone with one hand and squeezing the glove compartment side with your other. I was also surprised at how dirty it was after just 3 weeks of owning the car (which had previously been in the showroom). As easy as it was to get to the filter, I'll be popping it out and tapping out the big chunks of leaves whenever I change the oil.

    Yes, we were affected by the mid-west "derecho" of June 2012. My wife called me while I was on the way home from work and said, "Everything is fine, but the tree fell over." We had about a 40' or so pine tree in the front yard. It missed our house, it missed our neighbors house, and it fell right into the street where nobody was parked. And we had the joy of being without power for a week, right in the middle of the kitchen renovation I was doing.

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    Great stuff.

    I added this to the Mods & DIY list.

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    awesome! mine is 6 months old and I bought it for female friend and now I have it back and she was a smoker and the car has a smell like she was smoking cigars not blunts but real nasty grandpa stogies cigars and i really dont dig it...lol

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    Anyone have a part number for a replacement filter? MalMart doesn't list one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basic View Post
    Anyone have a part number for a replacement filter? MalMart doesn't list one...
    Wix Filter #: WP10125

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    My filter is a Nippart N1345013, I found it on a German site
    http://www.teilehaber.de/filter-inne...d66733989.html



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