Cabin Air Filter - Lincoln MKC Forum
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post #1 of 5 Old 06-20-2018, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
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Red face Cabin Air Filter

Hi Everybody. I visited forum looking for info on where the cabin air filter was. Several references were found but now I fail to get back to that forum page to post this:

That last part looks funny but I copy pasted it just to be sure this video is available because that was the best one I found to show how to get the job done. THIS IS FOR MKC LINCOLN.
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Left kick panel passenger side (below and to the left of the glove box)... Its a bit of a job getting it in.
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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.
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I removed and replaced the fuse box. Makes it much easier. This location gets my vote for the worst cabin filter location ever. I have other cars that take 2 minutes to replace.
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My 13 altima is in a similar location. by watching the video I think the MKC is not as bad. But I do agree some makers place it some place easy to replace.

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