How to Replace the Cabin Air Filter in a Volvo S60

by Owen Pearson

Your Volvo S60 features a cabin air filter that helps keep the air in your cabin from becoming contaminated with dust, smog and other pollutants. Over time, the cabin air filter becomes clogged, which prevents the filter from keeping contaminants out of your vehicle's cabin. Fortunately, finding and replacing the cabin air filter in your S60 is a simple job.

Locate the cabin air filter panel under the glove compartment of your Volvo S60.

Remove the two torque screws holding the panel in place with a torque screwdriver.

Slide out the old cabin air filter and slide in the replacement filter.

Replace the cabin air-filter cover panel. Tighten the torque screws to hold it in place.

Tip

  • check For maximum comfort, replace the cabin air filter in your Volvo S60 every 15,000 miles.

Warning

  • close Always wear eye protection when changing the cabin air filter in your Volvo S60. Dust and debris falling from the filter panel can damage your eyes.

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About the Author

Owen Pearson is a freelance writer who began writing professionally in 2001, focusing on nutritional and health topics. After selling abstract art online for five years, Pearson published a nonfiction book detailing the process of building a successful online art business. Pearson obtained a bachelor's degree in art from the University of Rio Grande in 1997.

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