S Davey: Thanks for the instructions Evan, I even put a gel air-freshener in with my new filter! (on top of course)
Works a treat.
MrJamess34: I thought this car was a 5 speed? lol liar
Khali Khalidad: This was very helpul thank you!!!!
vietspider: hey evan, thank you very much for the video. It is very helpful!!!
Roland Medgyesi: Thanks for the video !!! Save some buxes :-)
inverto veritas: Thanks for video.
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Rico8458: dealer tried to tell me they had to change it, I told them screw you I do myself.
Tyler Vest: Do you have a link to show a picture of an oxygen sensor (bank 1 sensor 3)? I have an error code p0145 that I'm trying to fix.
joe pal: thanks 4 the tutorial, you save me 50 bucks.
if24: Your vid is spot-on - made my first how-to clip and its similar to yours :)
elliott9999999: @kevin71127 you have to take our rear bumper off and there is one or two screws holding them on same with the trim piece it's 1 screw then it just pops off
elliott9999999: LOL nice shift nob on your auto fag
Josersuckafree13: Thanks... Very helpful.
Roy O: I have a 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer ES and this video is exactly right and everything is in the same location.
bigvic22sti: thanks awesome now I know were to hide my cabin filter ;) lol
javier bustillos: thx
Chikonmon: thanks broski!
technogeek1219: Yeah Man, I agree with all these People Here, I totally and Absolutely apreciate This informative and Educational Video. Thank You So Very Much, I Own A 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS.
Ghostpro2: Thanks a lot!!!
Daniel Gonzalez: Thanks for the vid. Now I don't have to buy the service manual thinking I have to take the dash apart.
Dima R: Many thanks.
philpreston3072: Awesome! I was about to use a screwdriver to unscrew the glovebox from the bottom but your video shows that no screwdriver is needed at all. Too easy. I'm going to check if the filter is there because I'm allergic to pollen and need the filter to prevent pollen getting in.
MedicaeVal: Thanks for the video!
kevin71127: Two reviews that I would really love to see: How to change interior dash trim (like the carbon one you have) or How to remove rear bumper reflectors. Just some suggestions.
NsIX3: Very simple install, thanks for posting this.
NoNameX03: So easy... and dealer charge handsome price for this. Lol!! You said at beginning that it's for Rallyart and Evo, is it the same way for an SE ?
Scranton Strangler: Tanks a lot!
Rolando Ortega: Nice post.. diy
mj0917: I just paid my dealer $50 fffffffffffffff
MultiJimmay: Very helpful for helping replace mine!
dAbaPEsTA123: wow thanx! Why not make more lancer vids?
sanju2: Every 15,000 miles or so.
sanju2: Great vid but I would not go with a no name brand cabin air filter. Mine was the Fram brand with the code CF10140 type cabin air filter. Type in on amazon. It is about $17.
UGuevara313: you saved me $70! thanks!
emily0886: how often do you need to change it?? great video thanks
mjk5004: Perfect. Thank you!
durtyPancakes: When should this be replaced?
mcromeom5: Very helpful DIY video. Where did you get the replacement filter if you don't mind me asking?
Hector Cruz: excellent, very usefull
96Eclipsed: It's an air filter...that gets clogged after time. Do you use a vaccum to clean your carpets? sort of the same thing...the Cabin Filter cleans the air of dust, pollen, and debris, so you don't have to breathe it.
Mike Rosa: why'd you change it?
Michael Estrada: u should make more
ElshamyWalid: thanks for the video
Changing your Cabin Air Filter! Mitsubishi Lancer 2008-2012 *Must See*4.9
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