Anyone successfully removed and replaced their cabin filter yet? I got mine out, but damn near tore it in the process. The fuse block and some assorted hoses/wires/somethings up top are preventing easy access.
It's pretty dirty, so I'll be replacing it tomorrow if I can find one. I blew it out with some compressed air but it's still got a lot of crap in there.
So, is there an easier way to get it back in? I was able to disconnect the fuse block from the firewall, but the wires were still connected and I couldn't push it out of way enough.
Hatch Nation #29