One of the easiest DIY projects you can do on your car is swapping the cabin air filter. It’s very inexpensive to do yourself and doesn’t require more than a very simple socket set. On this BMW 335i, you would save about $100 by not going to the dealer and doing this at home. In the video, I show you where the filter is located, how to remove it, swap it for a new one and reinstall the plastic bracket back on the car.
Improve the air quality in your BMW i3 by replacing the cabin Air Filter. Going to the dealer will cost you well over 5x what it would cost to do this at home. The entire filter replacement takes about 15 minutes and is not difficult to do. These are also know as the carbon filters or charcoal filters or microfilters. To replace the filter on the BMW i3, you will need a torx socket like this: