|05-25-2014 06:12 PM|
Cool! Everyone, have a Great Memorial Day, enjoy! be safe! Thank You!
|05-25-2014 05:52 PM|
JEEP JK Wrangler How to Change CABIN AIR FILTER 2011-2014 mopar#: 55111302AA - YouTube
|05-25-2014 05:50 PM|
|JKDozer||Ed, pop the four clips and remove the two bolts, and it's still a pain.......|
|05-25-2014 05:49 PM|
|05-25-2014 05:42 PM|
|Ed Pursell||Just to get this correct, we need to "remove" the two bolts and also pop the 4 clips? Not just the 4 clips?? I had the "Stealer" do it last time on my 2012 just because I had the Jeep in for an oil change, but plan on putting the next one in myself....I've done it myself for 35 years on other vehicles, never had to remove any bolts...Just the air cleaner cover with the wing nut, or now the clips...Just clarify please, thanks|
|05-25-2014 04:20 PM|
|04-24-2013 11:52 AM|
They're aftermarket (Wix) filters, but it is 2 for $17.07. That's a good deal; I might have to get those now that it's (sort of) spring.
|04-24-2013 11:47 AM|
To the OP's question, yes, the 4 clips detach the cap from the case, and the 2 bolts hold the clean air duct to the body so it doesn't rattle. Removing those two bolts gives the duct enough slack to lift the cap off.
My company designed this setup, incidentally.
|04-24-2013 11:47 AM|
|04-24-2013 11:29 AM|
Cabin Air Filters became available with the 2011 interior redesign. They're included with the automatic climate control, but they can also be installed in the standard HVAC (duct is the same).
Part number is 55111302AA, and they retail for $21.00 each. Note that it takes 2 (side by side). So, basically it's $42 to add/replace them.
|04-24-2013 10:55 AM|
|04-24-2013 09:59 AM|
|legitposter||Buy an aftermarket intake with dry filter. Quick filter access. Mean growl. Boom, done.|
|04-24-2013 08:53 AM|
|Rude Robert||i didnt know there was one it there|
|04-24-2013 08:45 AM|
|04-24-2013 08:01 AM|
|sscav||Where is the cabin air filter located?|
|04-24-2013 01:22 AM|
|04-23-2013 11:49 PM|
The appendages hanging off the bottom of the intake tube are known as Helmholtz resonators.
Helmholtz resonance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|04-23-2013 11:07 PM|
Just went through this last weekend. Did anyone notice the I'm assuming water separator hanging off the intake tube? Didn't expect that. Also, if you have the auto hvac, look at your cabin air filter. Holy crap. This is 7000 miles....
|04-23-2013 10:39 PM|
|Blastek||yeah, stupid and misleading design. oh hey just unclip these 4 latches and then get a sneak peak at the filter. Now, after borderline breaking the intake, pull out your socket wrench and undo these bolts way over here.|
|04-23-2013 10:03 PM|
|ilikeguns||add me to the "stupid" list.. took me a few minutes to figure it out|
|04-23-2013 05:15 PM|
|BigCat76||I had the same problem, I felt pretty stupid lol. I love this forum|
|04-15-2012 07:14 PM|
The K&N drop in did fit well though.
|04-15-2012 07:02 PM|
|NCRUBI2012||Nothing beats the passenger shock space. New Fox would not fit without trimming....and this is after I trimmed to install the lift last month.|
|04-15-2012 04:42 PM|
|04-15-2012 04:40 PM|
|flyinion||Thanks, I didn't even think about those bolts. WTH that has got to be the stupidest design I've ever seen lol.|
|04-15-2012 10:29 AM|
|Mopar2Ya||X3, on the bolts, the engine cover may hit/bind too.|
|04-15-2012 08:26 AM|
|n3qik||2X, need to remove both of those bolts.|
|04-15-2012 08:23 AM|
I just put a K&N in my last weekend. I was in the same situation. But once I removed these two bolts the top cover came right off. With them bolted in, I couldn't get mine to separate enough to replace the filter. I pulled the hose out of the way too just in case.
|04-15-2012 06:16 AM|
It's probably just a little sticky.
Give it a good pull and it should separate. Try near a corner.
|04-15-2012 05:57 AM|
|Jeeplover1||thats all there is too it unclip all then pull up|
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