This two-minute video shows you how to replace the cabin filter on Infiniti and Nissan automobiles. This works on the Nissan Maxima and Ultima models that have the interior air filter installed behind the glove box. This video also covers the Infiniti M and G series sport coupes and sedans that also install the cabin filter behind the glove box. The original Nissan filter sells for around $40 at the dealership. I opted for an aftermarket filter for about half the price. Nissan and Infiniti cars have been putting the cabin filter in the same place for about a decade. However, it might look slightly different throughout those 10 years. In 2013 they finally put a hatchway access in some models so you don't have to take out the glove box liner. Also note in some of the long-winded four to eight minute videos that show this procedure, they leave the glove box in and use super long Phillips screwdriver. The glove box comes out so quick and easily I don't find it necessary to go that route. Regardless of the method you use replacing the cabin filter on Infiniti and Nissan automobiles shouldn't take more than about 15 minutes. We are talking about releasing a few clips and removing seven number two Phillip head screws. The degree of difficulty makes the operation within the reach of most do-it-yourself auto mechanics.
I think most are the same for Infiniti's, mines the same on a 2013 G37x. I always hated doing these Infiniti cabin filters at work and on Nissan's that are behind the center bottom console because they take longer to do than say on a Honda or Toyota that you just either pull the glove box down or remove one screw but it's not that difficult with the right extensions.
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