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Q: How do I replace the climate control air filter?

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How do I replace the climate control air filter?

The climate control air filter will need to be replaced periodically. Replacing the filter is a quick and easy task: 1. Open the glove box. 2. Rotate the stoppers on either side counterclockwise, until they can be removed. 3. Remove the climate control air filter cover. 4. Remove the climate control air filter. 5. Place a new air filter in, replicating the way the old filter was situated. 6.Place the cover on the new air filter. 7. Reinstall the stoppers. 8. Close the glove box.

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