|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Item model number||800023P2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||800023P2|
|OEM Part Number||BP4K-61-J6X, CC29-61-J6X|
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TYC 800023P2 Mazda Replacement Cabin Air Filter
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- OE-comparable configuration as either Particle filter (single-stage) or Combination filter (with additional carbon layer to remove odor)
- Eliminates nearly 100% of exhaust pollutants and airborne contaminants
- Easy to install onto most vehicles within 7 minutes; installation instruction included with each unit
- Provides clean air for you and your passengers; recommended replacement interval: every 12,000 miles
- Mazda Genuine Part # BP4K-61-J6X, CE49-61-J6X ; Replacement Fram CF10218
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Pollen, allergens, various fuel-based contaminants from the outside road environment all pass into and are filtered by your vehicle's Cabin Air Filter, or CAF. A TYC CAF is designed to have the same or better filtration efficiency as the original equipment filter: its identical dust load capacity ensures the same amount of particulate-collecting power, while factory-correct level of pressure drop ensures proper air flow through the vehicle's cabin. Each TYC CAF also comes with step-by-step installation instructions for ease of replacement.
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Unless you're 100 pounds, 5'2, and literally built like a skinny child, the process for getting this filter installed is going to take years off of your life.
Step 1 - Destroy all the ligaments in your shoulder requiring years of chiropractic work for the rest of your life trying to unscrew 4 screws. The upper right screw being the worst. Once I got that one out I threw it away in the garbage because it isn't going back in.
Step 2 - Detach heater module so you don't destroy it trying to install the cabin filter. Because every other car manufacturer requires you to detach the heater right?
Step 3 - Try to fit your body into the passenger footwell so you can install the filter. Of course since it's a two piece install, you have to install the first piece, hold it up, and then slide the second piece underneath it. This of course will psychologically break you down as you relive all of your nightmares and phobias of being stuck in a small space with no way out as you sweat and cry yourself to death.
Step 4 - Once it's in, you reattach your heater, put all the passenger foot well panels back into place (snapping them in).
Step 5 - Schedule an appointment with your chiropractor, and possibly orthopedic surgeon.
1. Remove the kick panel by the passenger's left foot (no tools).
2. Remove the panel under the glove box (couple of squeeze tabs).
3. Remove the blower resistor by the passenger's left foot (2 Philips screws).
4. Pull out old filters, put in new.
But here's where it gets funky. It's totally possible to install these two filters in there such that they don't do any filtering. There's enough room in that filter box to fit a small beaver if you had to. You can't just jam the filters in like you're spearing a wild pig. You need to carefully line each one up with the slots in the top and bottom (pictured). Only then may you close everything up, knowing that you'll have only the cleanest air blowing in your face.
*Use your right hand to hold the top filter in with one or two fingers, push up as far as you can and continue holding. Turn your right wrist until the underside of it is facing your body/face. With your arm turned this way and holding the top filter up, grab the other filter and slide it "down" your arm into the filter slot until it slides perfectly into it. Note: you want the filters to be as close to the rear as possible, so find the guide rails towards the left side (if looking at it head-on) and slide the filters on that side, not the right.
This should take 2 minutes in EVERY FRICKEN car!
Again, not the filter's fault.
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Installation printout should be improve.
Though you can also YouTube on how to install cabin filter for Mazda 5; pain on the behind and back for the installation. Had to do some acrobat move if you're not lifting the car.