How to Remove a Verso Pollen Filter in a 2005 Corolla

Written by david clair | 13/05/2017
How to Remove a Verso Pollen Filter in a 2005 Corolla
Heavy traffic and other extreme conditions shorten the life of a pollen filter. (Driendl Group/Photodisc/Getty Images)

The 2005 Toyota Corolla has a pollen filter, or cabin filter, that is connected to the ventilation system. The maintenance schedule for the Corolla calls for the replacement of the pollen filter annually or after 10,000 miles. If the Corolla is driven frequently on dirt roads or in heavy traffic, the filter will likely become dirty more frequently. Replacement pollen filters can be purchased at any auto parts store. The employees can look up the correct filter for your Corolla.

Open the glove compartment.

Push in the sides of the glove compartment to unhook it from the internal dashboard connection.

Rotate the glove compartment down toward the floor of the Corolla.

Press the tab on the left side of the filter cover toward the right to unhook it. Remove the filter cover.

Pull the old filter straight out of the compartment.

Insert the new filter in the filter compartment. Position the filter so the "UP" arrow printed on the filter points toward the ceiling.

Replace the filter compartment cover. Press on the right side of the cover until it locks in place.

Press in on the sides of the glove compartment. Lift the compartment up to hook it back into the dash. Release the sides of the compartment when it is in its normal open position.

Things you need

  • New pollen filter

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