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Replacing the Cabin Air Filter on a 2007 Sienna
Topic:Body   Date: 2009-06-20
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Replace the cabin air filter every 15,000 miles or so, depending on how dusty it is. On a 2007 Sienna there is no screw. Just open the glove box, empty it, and unsnap the damper arm on the right:

sienna filter

Squeeze the glove box together and the stops will slide out and forward:

sienna filter

Pop out the white filter carrier in the center of the compartment. Note that the arrow points up:

sienna filter

Our filter could be happier:

sienna filter

Note the arrow on the new filter also points up:

sienna filter

We used a PartsMaster 94883, which is a FRAM CF10132 and an ATP RA-3. The WIX number is 24883:

sienna filter


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