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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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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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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?
I finally tried it for the first time today and no problem removing it, the tabs don't appear to be that flimsy. Re-inserting it was no problem as long as you keep it straight it goes back in very easily.

Here's the access cover removed. There is four spring tabs, you just need to release one and pull it down slightly and work you way across the tabs as you pull it down each time. A very easy and quick job to check your cabin filter any time you want. Just replace it as required depending on the conditions in your area. Just checked mine after 9 months (but not a lot of driving) and looks good.
Code on the filter is: PP-TD20, MP111BDGF

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