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Filter behind glove box for lancer

How do I remove glove box to change filter

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The 2003 lancer has no access to the filter behind the glove box because there isn't one on 2003 models but you can add one yourself but you'll have to remove the whole unit and cut a square hole in front to be able to slide a standard filter in which will fit

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Here are instructions on how to remove a glove box on a Honda Accord: 1. Remove these items: Dashboard center lower cover and Passenger's dashboard lower cover. 2. Remove the screws from bottom of the glove box. 3. Wrap a flat-tip screwdriver with protective tape, and apply protective tape around the related parts, to prevent damage. Insert a flat-tip screwdriver in the notch of the cap, and release the hooks by prying up the cap. 4. Remove the screws. 5. Release the hooks, then pull down on
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u should be able to sqeeze the sides of the glove just far enough to get past the stops of the glove box. then u should see the access to the filter

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Testimonial: "very correct on how to get the glove box off, sadly I still couldn't find the filter. I was told some 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse's didn't have one(?)"

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it will be in that tightly sealed box

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