2015 Ford F150 Cabin Air Filter: Your Step-by-Step Replacement Guide

If you’re looking to bring an end to airborne contaminants in your car, a new cabin filter from Filterheads.com might be just what you need.

The cabin filter is typically located behind the glovebox and will require a few steps to uninstall and replace.

Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. Open the glovebox and unhook the dampener arm.
  2. Push in on the sides of the glovebox to release the stops and lower it.
  3. Remove the rubber shelf by pulling upwards.
  4. Use a seven-millimeter socket to remove the screws securing the glovebox assembly.
  5. Pull to remove the upper panel carefully as not to damage the connected wires.
  6. Unclip both sides of the housing cover to remove it.
  7. Remove the old filter from the housing and clean out any debris inside.
  8. Install the new filter into the housing with its airflow indicating arrow pointing down.
  9. Recommended replacement every 15,000 miles or one year. Refer to your vehicle owner’s manual for specifications.
  10. Reinstall the filter housing door and the upper panel.
  11. Reinstall the screws and the rubber shelf.
  12. After lifting the glovebox, push in on the side to secure it behind the frame and reinstall the dampener arm.
  13. Close the glovebox.

By following these steps, you can ensure that the air in your car remains clean and free from contaminants. Visit Filterheads.com to order your filter and ensure that it fits your vehicle properly.

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