3 comments on “How To Install A Cabin Air Filter On A Subaru Legacy

  1. Thanks, good video. You do a good job recapping what you’ve just done at the beginning of each next step. I just demonstrated that I can accomplish in 3 hours, a job that take you about 11 minutes…It turned out there wan’t even a filter to change; that’s probably why the lower panel clothe was so nasty. I installed a new filter, with only one broken push pin – on the glove box top. It would help if I knew a way to pop those pins without breaking them, when I can’t get close enough to them easily to compress or pry them.

    If I saw you had a PayPal link, I’d pay you a tip.

  2. I’d like to do this. BTW, where does the air suck from in recirculation mode? From under the glove box? Thanks!

    • Yes, when recirculation mode is on it draws air from below the glove box near the passengers left foot. You could put it on recirculation mode and hold a plastic store bag below the glove box and it should be drawn to the intake.

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