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Thread: Protege cabin air filter Installation

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    subbed for easy retrieval......trying to scrape up parts..........

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    I my be giving this a shot...

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    Door and license plate bracket are easy scores using part numbers in thread. I'm sure I have hardware on hand to secure bracket and to secure door to bracket.These are what I went with..........

    TC86-61-J31 AC evaporator case filter plug (door)
    J001-50-171 license plate holder bracket
    GE6T-61-J6X filters


    Scored filters off ebay. Found a set of charcoal ones and also scarfed up a set of plain ones. Time to do some cutting out of the slot and do this.............when the filters arrive, I can shove a set up in there. About $40 shipped for all of it including the 2 sets of filters.
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    I did this a few months back, had to do a little fit & trim to get the filter to slide in nicely. Also got 15 years of leaves, hair and such vacuumed out of the heater box after I cut it open.

    Question: Do the filters for this fit anything else besides Euro-spec 626/Premacy and Protege/Familia/323? Trying to ID an aftermarket filter source when it's time to replace this one.
    I've found a couple of the charcoal/pollen filters on eBay from Europe, about to give one of them a shot.

    Thanks all!
    tlott01

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    Do you remember where you got the bracket for to hold the cabin filter in?

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    Pretty sure I ordered all mine from Jim Ellis Mazda - Mazdaswag and OnlineMazdaParts also have them in stock. For my 03 P5 I didn't need the heater case half, the opening was already molded in. Just had to open it up with an Xacto knife. Parts needed were the filter, filter plug/seal, the re-purposed license plate bracket, a metric bolt/screw to fit the bracket and a couple of self-tapping screws to secure it to the case. Not sure when the case was changed to the compatible version - take a look under the glove box and see what you have.

    TC86-61-J31 Seal, cooling unit
    J001-50-171 license plate holder bracket
    GE6T-61-J6X normal cabin filter OR CB12-61-J6X aldehyde filter

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