Close, I work for a contractor that provides tier 3 tech support for Verizon. It's super high stress (all call centers are) and I'm not sure how long I'm gonna stick around. Getting sick of people calling me all pissed off for something I can't control.Qxxx4 wrote:Do you work for Verizon?
That's interesting. I'm sure I read that the 99's and earlier didn't have them. I know mine doesn't for sure.hospitalbuilder wrote:I have a 99Q. Bored one weekend, I followed your instructions and viola, I have the cabin air filters. They were NASTY, but have now been replaced with crisp clean filters. I suppose someone could have added them before I picked it up. If that happened they did a great job, the filter opening was neatly done, looked factory.
JonathanPrem wrote:I did mine yesterday and follow every step from Qxx4. At the end guess what Nissan did. They never put a cabin filter in R50. In second last pic with white piece with stars. Mines doesn't exact cause no one cut the slot for cabin filter. I got Lemon cabin filter box
I don't see what you're b****in' about. Not only that but I'm not even sure what you're saying. Your English is really bad on these two posts.Anyway, Nissan didn't screw you over. The Pathfinder didn't come from the factory with cabin filters. Period. "They" didn't cut out the slots cause if they did, you'd have a massive air leak. You have to knock out the slots yourself to make room for the filters. It's simple. I installed cabin filters in my '02 Pathy about 2 years ago after reading about them on this site. It was a simple and straightforward process. Took about 15 minutes.In a word: remove the covers that are over the slots, slide in your filters, and re-install the glove box. Geez.JonathanPrem wrote:That weird those. They didnt even cut the slot for me. F7k nissan sometimes for there stupid sh1t
So like, is that some kind of like, you know, like California speak or something like, you know?.......eh?fueler wrote:you guys act like you've never heard the phrase "that weird those" before.
In-cabin filters were an option on the Pathfinder. They did not come standard, I'm sure they came in a package with the auto HVAC though. So if you have auto HVAC you most likely have the cabin filters already. Most Pathfinders with the manual dial-type controls do not have the cabin filters, so the spots have to be cut out to put new ones in. I think the in-cabin filter option was $30.Innovazn wrote:so to clarify, my 02 Patfinder SHOULD have the "filters" they just havent been put in yet. They just need to be cut and installed and that process alone is easy? i dont want to be tearing it apart to find i have to buy more then jsut filters
x2--Finally getting some warm weather.Innovazn wrote:sweet deal... thats another to add to my list apart from the intake resonator.... coming sunday afternoon.....
Yeah, I didn't think the filters came with all Pathfinders with the Auto HVAC, but it probably came as a package (like a luxury package or something of the sort). My Pathfinder didn't come with the filters either but the clip for the filters is clipped onto the air box next to where the filters go. In the following picture I circled where I found my clip.BryanWSD wrote:FYI - I have an 02 pathy w/ auto climate control and no filters.
Last year, I looked into adding it, but I couldn't find the clips for the filters to hold them in place. I went to the Infiniti dealer and a couple auto parts stores.
You guys that are getting the clips with the filters, where are you buying the filters? From Nissan, Infiniti, or somewhere else?
Nope, when I first bought my car I bought replacement filters and realized I would have to cut the holes out and just decided against it and I returned the filters to the dealer.Innovazn wrote:did you have to cut yours out?