Originally Posted by mbarsam
Hi. I'm new to Jeep. Need guidance with replacement of engine air cleaner filters and "in cabin" air conditioner filters. I have a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited with 33,000 and I want to replace these filters. I have done this and much more on cars in the past, but nothing in the past 10 years, and with all the changes to the computer systems/electronics of vehicles today, I didn't want to make a "stupid" mistake that ends up costing a fortune. Any guidance on how to replace these filters? Special tools (Torx, etc). Where are the in cabin filters?
The air filter is simple. Your call if mopar or aftermarket, K+N does make a drop in.
The cabin filter is behind the glove compartment and is quite simple to replace.
Google or YouTube for instructions since I dunno if the '14 is exactly the same as the '12. There are higher carbon or carbon and baking soda aftermarket ones available such as the Fram Fresh Breeze.