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    A big big thanks to Art for taking the time to document and photograph his cabin filter removal.. makes life so much easier

    Guide and photos can be found here:
    http://www.v70xc.com/resources/how-t...ilter_removal/

    Thanks again Art!
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    Nice job Art, looks great....

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    Hey guys,

    How often do you have to replace the cabin filter?

    Eugene

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    Hi Eugene,

    It's recommended that it be changed every 24,000 km or sooner depending on the conditions of your own driving environment. Mine was filthy upon inspection, so it would certainly be prudent to check it more often in the future.

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    Art,

    Thanks for taking the effort to help us all.  

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    Thanks Guys. Glad to oblige.

    Hopefully, we can help Taylor build up the how-to-guide section to a point where it will become an extremely useful resource for DIYer's.

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