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I went the other route and instead of removing my glove box, cutting out the entrance for the air filter I instead purchased the exterior filter sold by Geno's, Part Number CFF-DG-19009K.

The initial cost is $59 but replacement filters are only $16 (P/N CFF-DG-19009R). AND according to the included instructions, you can wash these filters several times before you need to replace them.

The filter spec's claim to remove 97% of all diesel soot dust and dirt and reduce odors by 76%.

Most importantly, they install in less than 10 minutes.

I am glad I went this route, cheaper in the long run and less of a hassle to install or replace filter. IMHO.....
 

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I went the other route and instead of removing my glove box, cutting out the entrance for the air filter I instead purchased the exterior filter sold by Geno's, Part Number CFF-DG-19009K.

The initial cost is $59 but replacement filters are only $16 (P/N CFF-DG-19009R). AND according to the included instructions, you can wash these filters several times before you need to replace them.

The filter spec's claim to remove 97% of all diesel soot dust and dirt and reduce odors by 76%.

Most importantly, they install in less than 10 minutes.

I am glad I went this route, cheaper in the long run and less of a hassle to install or replace filter. IMHO.....
Not sure . . . once the in-dash is installed, it's a few minutes and no tools to change (at least on my 2011):

1 - Pull tab to release glove box and remove.
2 - Unsnap filter cover
3 - Pull out old filter
4 - Insert new filter
5 - Snap filter cover back on
6 - Put glove box on hinges, and close while reengaging tab.

And one of the nice things about the in dash is that it will be far less likely to collect crap and/or get wet and grow mold, mildew, or whatever.

- Tim
 

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i would like to see this style also
 

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I wonder if that style would get wet from rain and snow ?
 

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That's kind of how they mount for our mustang. You take a cowl piece off under the hood and replace from under there. It doesn't seem to catch any of the elements.
 

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The "exterior" filter is under the hood, you don't see it from the outside of the vehicle.

It is completely protected from the outside elements.
Looks like a nice set up..thanks for the information
 

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Wonder how they would work together. Kinda like having 2 fuel filters?
 
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