Yeah, it's really easy. Look under the hood on the driver side,
next to the radiator. There are several clips which hold down the
top, you simply pop them loose, remove the top, take the filter
out, then drop the new one in. You may have to use a little muscle,
but none the less, it's a fairly easy operation. As far as filter types,
K & N is OK, but it is my belief that if you change your filter every
6000 miles, you should be allright. Most air restriction
is at the air intake tube and throttle body, so it is a matter of how
often you change your filter that counts. Bigger pores in the filter
means more dirt into the combustion chamber, at
least that's my opinion.
"Obstacles are what you see when you lose sight of your goal"