1. Move the passenger seat fully backwards. Required tools:
Torx bit T20
Phillips screwdriver 2. Pry up, carefully release from the fasteners and remove the side trim panel on the passenger side. 3. Unscrew the glove box fastening screws.
Use Torx T20. 4. Remove the dashboard side cover. AUTODOC recommends:
Be careful to avoid damaging the airbag system. 5. Remove the glovebox. AUTODOC recommends:
Be careful to avoid damaging the glove compartment fasteners. 6. Unscrew the cabin filter fasteners.
Use a Phillips screwdriver. 7. Remove the cabin filter. AUTODOC recommends:
Do not attempt to clean and reuse the filter – it will affect the quality of air cleaning inside the car. 8. Install the cabin filter to its mounting seat. AUTODOC recommends:
Follow the air flow direction arrow on the filter.
Check out the correct location of the filter element. Do not skew.
Take care to only use quality filters. 9. Screw in the cabin filter fasteners.
Use a Phillips screwdriver. 10. Install the glove box. 11. Screw the glove box fastening screws.
Use Torx T20. 12. Install the dashboard side cover.
Make sure you hear a click indicating that it is locked in place. 13. Install the side trim panel.
Position the part using the guides and lock the fasteners. AUTODOC recommends:
Do not apply excessive force when installing the part. Otherwise you may damage the fasteners. 14. Return the passenger seat to its initial position. 15. Switch on the ignition. 16. Switch on the air conditioning system.
This is necessary in order to make sure that the component operates properly. 17. Switch off the ignition.