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Just a reminder to clean or replace the Cabin Air Filter which is localted behind the lower Glove compartment door. I had 10,000 miles on my 2006 Sedona and had to clean alot of lint from it.
It's easy to do just unclip rod on right side of door go in and move the stop blocks upward on each side of the door this allows the door to come completely down. Look straight in and undue 2 clips and pull the filter out clean with vacume and reinstall.

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Dwight, what do mean by moving the stop blocks "upward"?
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Just a reminder to clean or replace the Cabin Air Filter which is localted behind the lower Glove compartment door. I had 10,000 miles on my 2006 Sedona and had to clean alot of lint from it.
It's easy to do just unclip rod on right side of door go in and move the stop blocks upward on each side of the door this allows the door to come completely down. Look straight in and undue 2 clips and pull the filter out clean with vacume and reinstall.

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Anyone know if a this 2007 Sedona cabin air filter is unique or is there an engine air filter out there that is an exact fit? (I have a Ford Escape that can use a Mazda engine air filter perfectly as the cabin air filter on the Escape)
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You must have the tension off the Glove Box door in other words not against the stops.
Push the RH & LH Stops upward and in towards the middle of the box. This allows the door to drop all the way down.

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The Ika is one of a kind for the Cabin Air Filter. The Eng. Air Filter for the V-6 is also a K & N Filter P/N 33-2368 and the Eng. oil filter(Top of The Eng.) is a Fram P/N CH9999.

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