2004 Toyota 4Runner Cabin Air Filter Replacement -EricTheCarGuy

Visit me at: www.ericthecarguy.com Discussion about this video: www.ericthecarguy.com This is a video showing how to replace the cabin air filter on a 2004 Toyota 4Runner. It’s not a glamourous or difficult job but it’s something that should probably be done about every 30K or so. I used a special filter this time, one that helps eliminate odor as well as filter the air coming into the HVAC system. This job should save you quite a bit since it can run up to 0 or more at the shop and given that you don’t even need tools to do it it can really save you some money.Stay dirty ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy.
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23 Responses to 2004 Toyota 4Runner Cabin Air Filter Replacement -EricTheCarGuy

  • saab900sis says:

    You sound like a miserable individual, be happy :) 

  • Douglasssmoore74 says:

    Can’t find ur subscribe button.

  • Tinyprik says:

    go hump your own ass…

  • Smennyboy says:

    Good thing you didn’t have to take apart the entire car to change that. It’s just silly how you bascially need to take apart the entire dash to change those filters on some cars. Thanks for the video!

  • urx44 says:

    hey eric when doing this have you ran into the pungent smell of marijuana in someones car

  • Mc da shiznit says:

    Honda them cars & tucks u work on a r gay n my opinion,u r great though just thought u mess wit all cars-not just hondas & similar,do a vid on a impala,caprice ,roadmaster,tahoe,lumina ltz, A monte thanx

  • chanceiw5 says:

    I have one of those little ratchets

  • Gamingwithafriend says:

    ever thought of getting a gopro and a head band mount? it would free up your hands a bit.

  • klong1972 says:

    Fuck all of you fucks

  • xxrevansblackopsxx says:

    you’re an ass dude. he works hard to give us these videos, and you say something like that, dick move

  • voltare2amstereo says:

    how about you go off and make a video and we can all come comment on it.

  • saleenonly says:

    Hey Eric…. I am a 19 year old and have been working at Honda for 6 months now as an apprentice tech… My team leader gives me lots of hours and… I was just wondering how you used to balance working fast.. But also making sure it was done correctly… Also what was your most common recall? Ours is a window master switch on older crv’s. Thanks!!

  • Kody Darlington says:

    Hi Eric, i have a question, about a 96 Honda accord, it has the check engine light on , the code is P0740 , how can it be fixed ? so it can pass the state inspection an emission. Please let me know thanks for your time

  • Adrian F. Long says:

    I can see why you wouldn’t like Eric’s videos. Most of your uploads are under a minute so you have no attention span. Real classy response though. It really makes people care about what you have to say.

  • desertfox2020 says:

    I’ll agree and expand that to: It is literally not possible to fix anything at all without at least 2/3 of those happening. Cars seem to ensure 3/3 every damn time though.

  • Darren Coates says:

    Looking at some of the comments here really bothers me, you have a very professional attitude to your videos, your very informative, you may not be the most exciting at times, but at the same time, neither is the trade, people need to realize, that just because they asked for a video on changing a fuel pump on their volkswagen or some other obscure problem a technician may never come across, especially in a small shop doesnt mean its going to happen. This channel is doing what it is supposed to

  • WannabeGearHead says:

    Hey Eric. I watch your videos here and there. The 4runner really touches home for me because that is what i have, a 2006 Toyota 4runner 4.0L V6, and let me just say I love it! I haven’t had to do anything to it besides regular maintenance including brakes. It is like night and day compared to my previous vehicle a 99 Dodge Durango with the 5.3L that ate through U-joints. What are your thoughts on it? Is it truly a reliable well built vehicle? Or am I just lucky? (the 4runner)

  • Autofanatic28 says:

    very cool!

  • kostas sougioul says:

    nice gloves
    ;P

  • EricTheCarGuy says:

    Briansmobile1 is an awesome channel and he’s a great guy.

  • EricTheCarGuy says:

    Me too.

  • EricTheCarGuy says:

    Good eye. It was 1:30am when I shot this video.

  • EricTheCarGuy says:

    I’ve shed a few pints myself. BTW, they’re never happy.

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