How to Change Tesla Air Filter: A Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide

Are you wondering how to change the cabin air filter on your 2021 Tesla Model 3? In this guide, I’ll walk you through the process step by step.

The cabin air filters I’m using are the EP Auto CP681, which are affordable and readily available on Amazon. Keep in mind that for the Model 3, there are two different filters, so be sure to check your specific model before making a purchase.

To get started, you’ll need a flathead screwdriver and torx bits. These tools will help you remove the necessary panels to access the filters. Once you’ve gathered your tools, begin by removing the lower and upper panels to reveal the location of the air filters.

Next, use the torx bit to remove the clip at the top of the panel and carefully take out the panel to access the cabin air filters. You’ll notice that there are two filters: one at the top and one at the bottom. Remove and replace them accordingly.

When installing the new filters, ensure that the airflow direction is correct. Once the filters are in place, reassemble the panels, ensuring all clips and components are securely attached. Take note of any white clips on the carpeted panel, as they can easily be displaced when removing it.

It’s important to mention that the process for changing the cabin air filter may vary for different car models and years. Always refer to the specific instructions for your vehicle to ensure proper installation.

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