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Through the glovebox.

Here is a CX3 video on you tube. Close enough

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Sorry it did not help. Got home to take a look. You are correct that it is different. Did not solve the puzzle when I got home to look.
 

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that video does not apply to the CX-30, it's misleading.

You access the filter by removing the upper panel in the glove box (finger slots), you do not lower it.

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that video does not apply to the CX-30, it's misleading.

You access the filter by removing the upper panel in the glove box (finger slots), you do not lower it.

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that video does not apply to the CX-30, it's misleading.

You access the filter by removing the upper panel in the glove box (finger slots), you do not lower it.

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Plastic parts can sometimes be problematic --- I'm always afraid that if I force the pieces, they will warp or break. Have you tried this procedure yourself? If so, any issues?
 

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Down under we can see the air filter though the glovebox as there is nothing blocking it.
 

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Plastic parts can sometimes be problematic --- I'm always afraid that if I force the pieces, they will warp or break. Have you tried this procedure yourself? If so, any issues?
No I haven't tried it as it doesn't normally require replacement for 40k km or 24 months, but I will check it myself well before then as conditions can vary, but I will wait till the weather gets much warmer than it is at present.
My previous vehicle had a similar set up.
 

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No I haven't tried it as it doesn't normally require replacement for 40k km or 24 months, but I will check it myself well before then as conditions can vary, but I will wait till the weather gets much warmer than it is at present.
My previous vehicle had a similar set up.
Thank you. My aggressive dealership tried to talk me into a replacement at a scant 900 miles/11 months.
 

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that video does not apply to the CX-30, it's misleading.

You access the filter by removing the upper panel in the glove box (finger slots), you do not lower it.

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Just confirming - you pull the little plastic tabs, you don’t push them in? The tabs just seem a little flimsy for pulling...

Edit: I just opened the cabin panel. It does pull out; just use the tab to open a bit of space in the panel and then the panel can be gently wedged open.
 

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I was struggling to figure out what piece actually needs to come out. This Mazda 3 video has the exact steps.

 
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