The fuse box is in the way, so you really have to twist to get the new filter in. The old one came out fine, but I had a difficult time wiggling the new one in there. I bought a carbon filter -- which was more rigid than the OEM filter. Next time, I'll just pick a cheap, plain filter. You don't have to remove the glove box -- like the dealer claims. They wanted $70 labor.
I also feel like I lost some output with the carbon filter.