How to Replace Cabin Air Filter 08-13 Nissan Rogue

How to Replace Cabin Air Filter 08-13 Nissan Rogue

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a dirty, dusty or clogged cabin air filter. This video is applicable to the 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13 Nissan Rogue

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dakota gauthier says:

Awesome video thank you.

Ol' Tater Bag says:

Thank you so much! I successfully changed mine with the instructions in this video!

Matthew Colon says:

Thank you very much! My Nissan dealership wanted $140 to replace both the cabin and engine air filter! It was about $30 for both filters and it took me about a half hour to do both. Saved me about $100 lol

Matthew Hakes says:

The service manual says to remove the gas pedal but that doesn't help. This is a very bad spot for a filter.

Danny D Morales says:

Gonna need to do that asap. Thanks

joey jenks says:

Thank you very much from Honolulu Hawaii …

Gary Cooper says:

first video I found that told how to remove the decorative plastic covers. THANK YOU for this, and instead of simply removing it, thanks to your commentary, I will spring to get it replaced correctly on my next service. I figured it to be a waste of money as I live on a long dusty dirt road, but your commentary changed my mind. Thanks again.

Soon E says:

For this generation Rogue in this video. The arrow should be pointing towards the firewall or the shifter/center console?

Gene Soto says:

noticed your arrow on the filter pointed toward front of vehicle, whereas another video stated that it should point toward the back, does it really matter?

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