On my Lexus the rear portion of the glove box had a door that led to the filter. In all honesty they change the glove box layout every model year just enough to drive us crazy. This filter will fit the following vehicles. You will need to pop that passenger panel out. The video above shows you the cabin air filter location in your Cube and how to change it! For more, please visit my page.
Once the braces are removed, it is easy to unclip the filter door and replace the filter. Use our Approved Auto Repair Facility Locator to locate service shops and mechanics near you. Replace the glove box and replace all 8 screws. If it has never been changed before, you will have to cut out the horizontal plastic cross brace that kept the dash assembly from warping during manufacture. The left side kick panel is all I've had to remove and I've done it by gently reaching in near the rear seam between the panel and the carpet pulling away from the bottom. Look in to the left and locate the white plastic rectangular cabin air filter cover.
Follow with the upper edge and begin to push the entire filter into position. When you're replacing it at the end, just give it a nice thwack to get it in. I believe Infiniti purposely made it so difficult to force us to go to the dealers, so they can milk us more! If the answer to the second question is Yes, you can, what tricks should I be made aware of? Not all Nissans have a cabin air filter and for some models, the inclusion of a cabin air filter depends on what trim level you have Base. It never took me more than five minutes to change the filter. Separate glove box housing and passenger instrument lower panel. Then just put everything back except the plastic cross brace you removed; it can be thrown out.
I believe that you have to take out the glove box and it is there behind it, with a cover over it. I checked various web sites, and they mention that I need to remove the passenger kick panel located just below and to the left of the glove box first, and then remove the glove box, and then take out the cabin air filter and replace it with a new one. Push both to the left to clear their stops and the glove box will swing down, allowing access to the filter cover. That piece should be pried off the same way. Takes me about 2 minutes to change out the one in my wife's Rav4.
There are three clips on the near side of the panel, and one clip on the far side in that rectangle that juts out. Donations are not tax deductible. There is nothing in the manuals about the location of the filter or how to do it. Honda Accord 2003-2011 reinstall the air cabin filter For more guidance feel free to ask about how to replace the air conditioning filter for Honda Accord 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011. Seems to me that removing more than the glovebox is not a good thing considering sharp edges, plastic panels and posential damage. My filter needed changing at 12K miles in the Lexus. Disconnect glove box lamp electrical connector.
I never thought to use ice on it though, I use spray nine and a steam cleaner but I am a frequent user of quick coagulation spray. So of course the plastic was hard to cut and there were lots of opportunities to cut other things or yourself. These breath like no other gloves I have used. Next open the glovebox, remove the two screws at the top. It was screwed in using the same screws so easy to remove and put back. One for interior, one detailing, and one for undercar work, tires and other routine and dirty tasks. I buy boxes of doctor exam gloves from Costco for dirty work.
Dec 10, 2015 If you mean rogue, there should be a cover for your in cabin filter right by the gas pedal to the right towards the fire wall. This is my fourth different car and I always did it by myself with my other cars. It is very difficult to change the damn filter. I used some pliers to get the old one out, and I would suggest that you do the same. I lol'd a little while reading that, I was thinking to myself.
Do not let glove box assembly hang from glove box lamp harness. Vehicle repair costs may vary from vehicle to vehicle. Hi gang, With all due respect to others who have tackled this job, it's not rocket surgery. Just follow the directions and you should be ok. Replacing the filter cover can be tricky as well. If anyone knows how to remove blood from carpeting the guy from Jersey would.