How to replace a 2015 Buick Verano cabin air filter

How to replace a 2015 Buick Verano cabin air filter

Here’s my very unprofessionally recorded and edited tutorial video showing how to change your cabin air filter in a 2015 Buick Verano (or Chevy Cruze).

Please forgive the bad audio and video quality, as I shot the video with my phone in one hand, and tools doing the work in the other. Also, I’m not a mechanic, so please excuse my weak verbiage.

Camera: Google Pixel 3 XL



rwfrench66 says:

Fucking GM should be fined for making anyone take out airbags and glove compartments just to replace a cabin air filter like that!  You did a great job bro, but damn, that's some fucked up engineering!  I have a 2014 Cobalt and I'm about to take a long trip so I was looking at what was involved and now I think I need to request an extra 3 days off just to get my car ready for the trip!  I used to have a 2005 Cobalt, it was real easy, just loosen the hinges on the glove compartment and switch it out in under a minute!

Daelon Prime says:

thanks man, helped, saved me $70 to have dealer do it.

Mark Cartozzo says:

did replacing the filter work for you? I replaced my daughters and the cabin still stinks…. I cannot find any interior water leaks, mystery to me.

Daric 29 says:

Great video!!! I jus replaced mine thanx to you.

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