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How to Replace the Cabin Air Filter in a Saturn L200

Updated February 21, 2017

One of the best things you can do for your vehicle is to perform regular routine maintenance. This will cause your car to run better and last longer. One of those routine maintenance procedures is to change the cabin air filter periodically. Doing this will not only keep your car running smoothly, but will provide cleaner air inside your vehicle. Here is a quick guide to help you replace the cabin air filter in your Saturn L200.

Locate the air cabin air filter on your Saturn L200. If you are standing in front of your vehicle, looking at the engine, the filter compartment will be in the left, rear of the engine. Locate a flat, black covered container and remove any clamps securing the lid. Lift the cover to locate the cabin air filter.

Remove the old air filter from the container. Using a clean cloth, remove any dust or dirt from inside the container where the filter will go.

Remove the new cabin air filter from the box, and place the old filter in the box to discard. Place the new filter in the container from which you removed the old filter, making sure it is positioned correctly.

Secure the lid to the air filter container by replacing any clamps or pins that you removed. Remove any tools from the engine compartment and close the bonnet.

Turn the car engine on for a moment to test the air filter. You have just changed the cabin air filter of your Saturn L200.

Things You'll Need

  • New Cabin Air Filter
  • Pliers
  • Screwdriver
  • Clean Dry Cloth
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Carl Pruit has been a freelance writer since 2005, specializing in service journalism and travel. His work has appeared on various websites. Born and raised in California, Pruit attended Contra Costa Community College in San Pablo, Calif. and received an associate degree in the administration of justice.