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Replacing Your Jeep’s Air Filter

How to replace your Jeep Wrangler air filter?

This is one of the easiest maintenance task to do for any jeep owner. Your air filter should typically be changed every 15,000 to 30,000 miles. I have provided instructions and the required tools to complete this job. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask.


10mm socket


New air filter

Step 1: Unlatch the hood and prop it up.

Step 2: Locate the air box and then locate the clip that hold the filter cover. There are four clips that needs to be undone.

Step 3: Once you have unlatched all four clips, then take the 10mm socket and wrench and undo the bolts just right of the air box.

Step 4: Lift the air box lid and tilt it to expose the filter.

Step 5: Pull the filter out and clean the box if necessary.

Step 6: Install the new air filter and the air box lid.

Step 7: Re-latch the four clips and install the two bolts.


Hello! I was born and raised on a small island called Saipan for 18 years. Shortly after my high school graduation, I joined the United States Air Force. In 2016, I separated from the Air Force and moved to Denver, Colorado. In June 2017, I took a contracting job up here in Alaska. Since then, I have been living and experiencing the wonderful lifestyle of being up North!

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