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    cabin air filter

    Do you guys recommend changing the cabin air filter? any links to buy the cabin filter? installation instructions?


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    Re: cabin air filter

    Yes you should replace this. Try this http://www.bavauto.com/ for parts and direction.

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    Yes, replace it

    they get really nasty and slow air flow enough to impact air conditioning.
    I'd get and OE filter; they're hard enough to get out that I'd want a high quality one going back in versus a chinese knockoff; one of the ones I've seen had a poorly constructed seal.
    Bavauto the other response suggested is price competitive, just make sure it is OE.

    google E36 DIY. some sites have dead links, but you should have no trouble finding a diy with pics. You pretty much need to break the old one to get it out, and break the frame on the new one into about 3 even sections to make it easier to go in. take your time and ensure you get all the glove box screws back into the clips or the glovebox will sag.

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