How to change the Cabin Air Filter in a Tesla Model X

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How to change the Cabin Air Filter in a Tesla Model X

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How to change the Cabin Air Filter in a Tesla Model X
This video helps to explain the process of changing out the cabin air filter in a Tesla Model X. This video is NOT for the huge HEPA air filter located in the frunk (for those with the Premium Upgrade Package) but the standard cabin air filter behind the glove box in every Model X. Tesla recommends replacing the cabin air filter every 2 years or 25K miles (whichever comes first).

The filter is Tesla p/n 1039042-00-B. To the best of my knowledge, there are currently no aftermarket filters available for the Model X cabin air filter and it must be purchased from Tesla directly for .

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated in any way with Tesla Motors and take no responsibility for damages to your vehicle using these instructions. Please use at your own discretion. This isn’t a particularly easy process as it requires a good balance of finesse, muscle and caution. If you are uncomfortable with panel removal, I suggest letting Tesla service change our your cabin air filter.

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