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  1. Cabin Filter

    Interior
    My Patriot did not come with the cabin filter so about three years ago I installed the Mopar filter. I finally got around to replacing it yesterday and it was long overdue. The 12 month/one year interval will be my rule going forward - it was really dirty.
  2. A/C filter

    Jeep Patriot General Discussion
    I'm ready for the 24,000-mile service on my 2008 (2-liter, manual trans). The Maintenance Log says it's time to replace the A/C filter. My mechanic says he can't do it and I have to go to the dealer. That's surprising. Does anyone know the explanation? Have you ever replaced this filter...
  3. How to replace the Cabin Filter

    Interior
    The cabin (A/C) filter is located behind the glove box. Open the glove box. Push the sides, at the back of the glove box, together to get the glove box to drop down completely. You will see the fan housing and there is a plastic cover with airflow stamped on it. Take the cover off and replace...
  4. Foam Cabin Air Filter: option to OEM Pleated

    Interior
    The cabin (A/C) filter is located behind the glove box. Open the glove box. Push the sides, at the back of the glove box, together to get the glove box to drop down completely. You will see the fan housing and there is a plastic cover with airflow stamped on it. Take the cover off and replace...
  5. Alternative cabin air filter

    Interior
    I did some research here first and it seems like everyone recommends the Mopar one. I just had to be different. I picked up a WEB electrostatic carbon furnace filter @ Target for $8, cut it to ~8.5x8" and slid it into slot behidn the glove box. It has a MERV of 9, which is decent. I use 11...
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