Jacob E: Huge issue with this. There is no need to remove the glove box! So your
entire video which is waisted on removing screws could have simply been
used on reaching under the glove compartment and pulling out the filter.
Whole process takes less than 60 seconds.
Zim8oo: There is a difference between the right hand drive versa and the left hand
drive, that is the reason why the screws cannot be found in some cases and
in many of the videos on Youtube they are working on Tida's not Versa's and
the manufacturing year is very important for it to be done correctly.
Audrey Muzingo: Thank you. My dealership tried to charge me $80 for this. But it gets
worse: I only came in for an oil change, and I knew they'd try to talk me
into other stuff so I told the receptionist flat out, I only have enough
money for an oil change today, so if other things need done just show me on
the invoice when I pay, and maybe I'll schedule them for another time.
What does she do? --Brings the dirty cabin filter out to the lobby to
show me in front of all the other people waiting. AND when I asked why on
earth it cost so much to replace, she said because they'd have to remove a
bunch of stuff under the hood to do it. I'm looking at her holding the
thing, and say, "oh really? but it looks like they've already taken out
the old one for free, so how is putting a new one in so much more
difficult? Why should I pay for anything other than the filter itself if
the guys already do the task involved in labor?" She had no answer; she
was too stupid to realize how easy her lie was to detect. And now I see
the task doesn't even involve going under the hood!
Ricardo Melendez: Does this work for a 2012 Versa?
fouramhq: My recommendation is to remove the filter, cut away the old filter material
and re-install the old filter frame . You need the old frame to be in
place to seal the system. You'll get much better air pressure through the
heater and a/c. A cabin air filter in an automobile is just goofy.
abuyasser abuyasser: Hello I have a 2012 Versa I have the steps in the video and I can not find
open after cooling filter what reason please help ... Thank you
Audrey Muzingo: One critique: most of the video is the unscrewing and rescrewing of eight
screws (very easily edited), but instead there is an edit/cut made between
the lady reaching into the hole and then a close-up of the filter port.
Seeing where the port is in relation to the hole and other items in the
space would be a lot more helpful than seeing screws 2-8 being taken out
and put back in.
Jessica Harrison: I have a 2012 versa and have unscrewed all the screws but I can't get the
glove box to come out. HELP PLEASE!!! :)
Anita French: I have a 2012 and Nissan must have figured it was too easy and taking money
from them, so they've hidden the screws. I have no idea where they
are...they are not along the bottom.
Dustin Cooper: Thanks for posting this. Tho, unless other people's 2012 Nissan Versas are
different from mine, you don't have to take out the glove department at
all. It is just was easy to get underneath it (you can see the little door
under the dash). I don't know why the Rogue does not put it on the
passenger side too (they have it on the driver's side and it is hard to
maneuver around the gas pedal).
Jennifer Gilbert: We unscrewed the glove box and their was nothing their in ny 2012 versa
Antonio Palermo: Thank you GREAT Video :)
Darryl Morris: What is the part's # for this? I have a Nissan Tiida Latio, 1.5-L.
jakecarlos: Nice. Thank you very much.
AMagicalUsername: Thanks for posting. Easy job.
handsomechuck1: Thanks for posting and not assuming any knowledge at all. Very helpful.
lescascadesDB: Thanks a lot, this was extremely helpful/cost efficient.
zzhamstring: @keiko6125 Next time i'll see if i can come by an STP one here in Canada.
$50 for an incabin air filter-outragious.A stock air filter at the dealer
cost $30. I tried a K& N and a Fram and found the stock works best.
Melissa Tait: Hey this is great! I wish I'd seen this before I paid my (still awesome)
mechanic $30 to change it. At least it wasn't $80! Can I get filterheads in
Canada? Or is there somewhere else youd' suggest, since i'd rather not
shell out for shipping?
Amjad Afridi: how to change Cabin air filter replacement- Nissan sunny 2005 ? please tell
filterheads: You're welcome! We're glad you could change it yourself!
filterheads: Yeah, it should take you less than 30 minutes to change your cabin air
filter. We're glad you found the video helpful!
matteo salmoni: Thank you !!!! I saved a lot of money by changing it myself after watching
this video...It only costs me 17 bucks. The dealership wanted me to pay 99
dollars which is a rip off...Once again thank you.
filterheads: We're glad you could save some money with help from our video!
zzhamstring: Thanks for providing this well put together video. I paid $50 for a new
filter at the Nissan dealership today as of Nov 3,2011. What does
Jose Garcia: Thanks!
McMike: this is not 100% accurate for HK version. there is a secure horizontal bar
to be removed first to remove the filter.
askiat: Excellent video. This hels a lot. I probably saved about $50.
T. Paul Mason: BRILLIANT!!! Who knew it was that easy!!! The owner's manual just tells you
to take it to the dealership--what a ripoff!!!
Brinn Jackett: Your nissan dealer should stock them.
zzhamstring: One thing to keep in mind if your working on 2007 hatchback model: is be
aware of the housing clips the filter attached in place with. I was unable
to see the top clip part and broke it off, so I suggest using extreme care
when trying to get the old one out.
filterheads: @Ibwiseguy We're glad we could help you save some money!
Ryan H: I was able to do this without removing glove box.....I saw other videos
where others have sprayed some Lysol in there and in vents to kill germs, I
did this car smells GREAT!.......
Zu Mi: Thank you so much for putting this video together. It was very descriptive.
The close up shots and narration were especially helpful. Again, thank you!
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Tampa Pirate: Thanks for posting. The Nissan dealer wanted $80 to do this. Did this in 10
minutes for $18.
youyou43: Thanks for posting! Very useful!
VEGITA SSJ: Hello first of all I thank you for all the videos that you climb to this
channel always i see now i want to ask you a great favor you could upload a
video of this same model of car but you could take away the moldings that
you have color silver of your dashboard already that I have a car as well
but are black i want to paint them you could upload a video of how removing
them without breaking them also of the doors a greeting
furious94ls: Dealer wanted $89.99 to do this. LMFAO. Gonna do this on my girls car this
week for $15
aclomamouth: ELECTRIC SCREWDRIVER
Belinda Kelly: Where can I buy the filter in Brisbane, Australia? My local Super Cheap
Auto shop doesn't supply the filter but said a foam filter from rubber
shops was all I needed. Yet looking at the filter in that video it looks
more like a paper type filter. Any suggestions?
filterheads: @MrAK47388 Your welcome!
TBMIndex: Can you please post the part number and where you purchased the filter?
Thanks for this cause my service is about due
SONJA JONES: Quiet Zone wanted to charge me 270.00 for parts and labor! This is easily
done within less than 30 minutes? Thank you for posting this!
J. Her: @zzhamstring I just went to autozone today, November 11/11/11, and bought
an STP for $15.
filterheads: Thanks for the info!
filterheads: @furious94ls We're glad you could save some money by learning to do it
filterheads: That's great! We're glad our video could help!
filterheads: I'm glad we helped you save some money!
filterheads: It does use a paper filter but I don't know where you would purchase it in
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