Where is the Cabin Air Filter?

LUXMAN

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Cabin Air Filter

Model 3 has an air filter that prevents pollen,
industrial fallout, road dust and other particles
from entering through the vents. The air filter
should be replaced when necessary. Contact Tesla.


OK, but I like to change these myself yearly. Any idea where it is?
 

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Cabin Air Filter

Model 3 has an air filter that prevents pollen,
industrial fallout, road dust and other particles
from entering through the vents. The air filter
should be replaced when necessary. Contact Tesla.


OK, but I like to change these myself yearly. Any idea where it is?
Answering your question with a question (sorry). Is it not accessible under the plastic maintenance panel in the frunk?
 

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Here is how to remove the filter
Man! that's a lot of work to get to the filters. I was hoping for a simple filter door accessible from behind the glove box (once the glove box door is pulled out). I wonder what the time interval to replace these filters...once per year?
 

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The second filter surprised me. Overall this procedure seems fairly simple to DIY.
Cabin air filter replacements are one of the biggest service rip-offs for all brands.
Can you buy the replacement filters?
 

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Just watched the video without sound, but what type of cables are the orange ones in the way? They look like fiber cables - could they really be in this car?