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A/C FILTERS

Postby PHAT GT » Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:32 pm

Hi Guys

i have heaps of these for sale! these filters will not only make you live longer, they will save you money in the short and long run

BLITZ
Washable, re-usable, photocatalytic hygiene air-conditioner filter.
 
The worlds first photocatalyst feature for ill-smelling odors with anti-bacterial characteristics.
This is a powerful dust and pollen removal filter. It is reusable, you can clean your filter by just
rinsing and drying it. The filter itself removes tobacco smells and mold to clean the air. This
effect can be maintained with periodic maintenance of your filter, it is a direct stock replacement.

Product Features
1.Sterilization by using sun-light as the catalyst activation.(Photocatalyst agent is contained)
2.Antibacterial properties to eliminate mold and odor which comes from humidity
 in the air conditioning system.
3.High filtering performance effectively removes pollen and dust.
4.Water Washable: When the filter becomes dirty, wash with water and sun dry to recover
  the filter performance.

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PRICE $70 delivered

the install of these filters takes 5 mins. the fitment is the same for all Liberty's 04-10 (NO DIFFERENCE) VERY EASY

*NOTE MY10 BM9(sedan) & BR9(wagon) cost $102 delivered which im sure will be cheaper than the factory subaru filter

Michael

i also have these for (ask for pricing) must give car type
SUZUKI; Swift(new models)
HONDA; Accord,Integra DC5,CRV,Civic(new models),Fit
MAZDA; RX-8,MPV
NISSAN; X-Trail,Skyline,Murano,Stagea
LEXUS; IS,IS-F,RX,LS,GS
TOYOTA; ALTEZZA(Lexus IS200.IS250),Camry(new models),Corolla(new models),Kluger,Harrier(Lexus RX350),Prius,Rav4(new models),Prado
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby Arith » Wed Mar 17, 2010 11:25 pm

Got mine today! Thanks Michael! Works a treat!

Have to be careful though! This thing is starting to un-odour my JDM air freshener! Just kidding. :P

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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby tangcla » Thu Mar 18, 2010 7:38 am

Is this to replace the pollen filter behind the glovebox?
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby vp920b » Thu Mar 18, 2010 7:54 am

Same question like Clarence.

I think I need this, already 5 years old car.

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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby senator » Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:11 am

vp920b wrote:Same question like Clarence.

I think I need this, already 5 years old car.

Thank you



Yep that’s the one, had mine fitted are few days ago, the oem one was about 15k old and was completely soiled.
Not a soobi anymore, but still slightly dirty
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby coyote » Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:14 am

I'll take one.

Will shoot you an email.
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby teK-- » Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:16 am

Here's mine when I changed it. Don't think the previous owner had it done at all (it was Subaru serviced).

When my genuine filter is due again I'll look at getting one of these.
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby vp920b » Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:29 am

That's nasty Jim.

Btw, is there any instruction to open the glove box?

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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby teK-- » Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:35 am

You have to remove the gearshift knob, gear shifter surround, center console side trim strip, center console lefthand side panel, lefthand side of glovebox, lhs sill panel trim, lhs kick panel trim, glovebox undertrim, unhook the retracting support for the glovebox then the whole glovebox comes out, then you can access the cabin filter.

The first time takes a long time but then you can get it done in 10-15mins flat every time after that. Still it seems that most mechanics do not even bother.

In later models (2006 onwards I think) they made a slight change where you can remove the glovebox without all the center console and other bits. Even later models there is an access slot that makes it a less than 5min process.
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby smythie » Thu Mar 18, 2010 9:49 am

So overl0ad's walkthrough doesn't work for the pre-facelift cars?
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby Arith » Thu Mar 18, 2010 9:49 am

Jim, that is really nasty. I'm surprised you're not inhaling bug feces all this time. :bad:

vp920b wrote:Btw, is there any instruction to open the glove box?

Overload wrote a nice picture tutorial on this: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=3773

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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby teK-- » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:00 am

smythie wrote:So overl0ad's walkthrough doesn't work for the pre-facelift cars?


Not for the 2004 for sure. 2005 I don't believe so either. That opening on the LHS of the glovebox shelf where it shows the filter is behind, does not exist on the 2004 so you have to remove the whole back of the glovebox which is behind all the other bits I mentioned.

In 2006 is when they introduced that opening in the glovebox back I believe. You can actually buy the pieces to do a "conversion" for earlier models for about $100 or a bit more worth of new panels but it's not worth it considering you only need to access the area maybe once every 10-15KKms depending how dirty your environment is, and it only takes minimal time to do it once you know how.
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby PHAT GT » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:43 am

teK-- wrote:
smythie wrote:So overl0ad's walkthrough doesn't work for the pre-facelift cars?


Not for the 2004 for sure. 2005 I don't believe so either. That opening on the LHS of the glovebox shelf where it shows the filter is behind, does not exist on the 2004 so you have to remove the whole back of the glovebox which is behind all the other bits I mentioned.

In 2006 is when they introduced that opening in the glovebox back I believe. You can actually buy the pieces to do a "conversion" for earlier models for about $100 or a bit more worth of new panels but it's not worth it considering you only need to access the area maybe once every 10-15KKms depending how dirty your environment is, and it only takes minimal time to do it once you know how.



Im not sure what you are doing wrong (ment in a nice way) but i have changed these filters on Libertys from 2.0na, 2.0GT ,2.5,B to 3RB's (04-09) and the fitment is all the same (5mins flat max)

unless you have a realy odd model but ill check with a visit to a local subi dealer today to have a sticky beek
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby teK-- » Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:13 am

This is the procedure I had to use:

http://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.p ... bin+filter

(The center glovebox tray is not removable on mine which means whole glovebox had to come out).
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Re: A/C FILTERS

Postby vp920b » Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:46 am

Jim, that Procedure way too long I think.

I will try to use Overload step by step, because I saw that step that U gave(libertygt), just way too complicated and I don't want to open up my glove box and stuff.

To unsrew the middle panel, it's simply just took out the gear knob and pull it out.

After I get the AC filter from Phat, I will try to take photo, just to make sure. Since Adhar(Andrew), already said using the same step as overload.

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