Angie Clawson: Now I see why it costs so much to have the filter changed at the dealership...putting it in a ridiculously hard place to get to it. It makes me wonder if my glove box is taken apart every single time I take my car in for service as that's part of the inspection. And...if other people's comments are correct about not having to remove the glove box, why can't a video be made showing us that? (Read numerous other comments on other videos--same topic)
Joe Arvallo: This is a good and helpful video, however, to replace the filter on a 2011 there is no need to remove the glove box. I was confused when I saw this video because this does not apply to the Juke 2011. I am not sure about other newer models, but if you have a 2011 you can easily access the filter without having to remove the glove box.
Wai Szeto: Excellent video. Thank you very much for the info! I followed every step you did except you placed the "white cap" upside down according to the manual that came with the OEM filter. Also, I think you put the filter upside down as well. the "little white strap" attached on the filter should locate at the top instead of the bottom. I don't know if my car is Canadian model which makes the difference, but that just my 2 cents after I changed the filter.
Leaster Gibson: It would be nice to point out that your two trigger fingers you put in the holes on each side of the glove box don"t do a thing. You just need to pull the inside of the glove box down and out. Thanks for your video very helpful.
Reese Jones: Excellent. Thank you, sir. Maybe someday Nissan will put the filter where it can be easily accessed. Shame on you; bad engineers!
cristi rus: Thx .Great video.!!!
Byounghoon Ahn: Great video! Thanks!!
Jonathan Hernandez: Awesome, thank you so much for this! It'll give me a nice little project for me and my father.
aturaremo: the problem is solved by reprogramming ! ufff! thanks a lot .
Fix It Angel: welcome
Fix It Angel: i did some research, there is a technical service bulletin on the Supplemental Restraint System on the FRONT DOOR SIDE SATELLITE SENSOR. codes could be, B1338 and/or B1345 - SATELITE SENSOR LH or RH. reprogramming could solve it.
aturaremo: thank you
aturaremo: its a 1.6 dig-T 2wd 2011 normaly built in England!
i phone to the garage and they told me they 've got to reprogram.
Fix It Angel: it is ok if you are not using genuine filter. what year is your Juke?? the car I did, it did not have the airbag on/off on the glove box.
aturaremo: do you think its normal i have a renault filter instead of a nissan ? and why that juke on the video doesn't have the on off system airbag on the glove box? Thank for the comments
aturaremo: ok ¨
well tomorrow i'll do it once more ,and then if the lights of the passenger airbag still shining i'll take to the oficial dealer !thanks once more!
Fix It Angel: bring to dealership, there might be a recall on certain parts of the air bag system.
aturaremo: now i have a litle problem i have the light of the airbags that still shining
how can i do ?
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How to replace cabin air filter 2011 Nissan Juke5
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