Engine and Cabin Air Filters?

TMJL2018

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That's the correct part number, but the photo is incorrect.
Thanks for the help. I received it from Mopar and installed a fresh one. Mine was a little dirty after run I did. Other then dropping one of the [email protected]#$% screws and spending 20 minutes to find it, it was fast and simple.
 

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Where is the cabin air filter located? Any guidance on replacing it? Thanks!!
 

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Thanks for the help. I received it from Mopar and installed a fresh one. Mine was a little dirty after run I did. Other then dropping one of the [email protected]#$% screws and spending 20 minutes to find it, it was fast and simple.
Hey @TMJL2018 , for the next time...the screws are captive and do not need to be pulled all the way out to remove the cover. You can just unscrew them until they clear the bottom portion of the filter box, then line them up and screw them back down.
 
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TMJL2018

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Hey @TMJL2018 , for the next time...the screws are captive and do not need to be pulled all the way out to remove the cover. You can just unscrew them until they clear the bottom portion of the filter box, then line them up and screw them back down.
Thanks for the tip!
 
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