Cabin Air Filter
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Driveworks Cabin Air Filter

Part No. DW-35494 Warranty Details  

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Removes unwanted particles and harmful gases from the air to help ensure a cleaner atmosphere inside the vehicle

Product Features:
  • Reduces Pollen and dust inside a vehicle
  • Recommend replacement every 12,000 miles
  • Cleans and freshens air entering a vehicle's ventilation system
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Length:12.25 in
Material:carbon cloth/non-woven cloth
Thickness:0.91 in
Width:9.29 in

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DriveworksCabin Air Filter
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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4.0

Ok but no slit to bend on installation

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from Iowa

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Comments about Driveworks Cabin Air Filter:

Fits well but the oem filter has a couple slits in the frame so you can bend it easliy when installing. Takes a little patience to install, but only a few minutes. You have to finagle the filter when pushing it in.
Very convenient that online pages shows which stores have it in stock.

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4.0

I'ts a filter

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from Oak Park Il

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      Comments about Driveworks Cabin Air Filter:

      Slide the old one out, slide the new one in.

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      5.0

      It's a cabin filter.

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      from Mid-atlantic region

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      Comments about Driveworks Cabin Air Filter:

      It fits my '05 Chrysler T&C as designed. Only problem is I had a hard time shoving it into the filter's cavity because the front passenger wheel well protruded enough into the foot well that if I didn't bend the filter it would have never gone in (this is not a design fault of the filter).

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      • Casual Driver
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      • No

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      • Q:

        For last two months, debris have been coming through air vents in passenger cabin of my van. The particles (dust, salt, sand, feathery pieces, grit)are small to microscopic, and visible on my clothes when I leave the vehicle. They stick to my skin, in my eyes, get into my nose and mouth, and are causing health issues. The heater, defroster, A/C work just fine, but the particles are worse with them on, so I keep them off and windows open as much as possible. One time observed salt truck, in front of me. The salt was bouncing on the road surface and sucked immediately through the vents, pelting my face and clothes. The debris seem worse on the driver's left, as my left eye is full of debris after leaving car. Does anyone have any idea what can be wrong? Might this cabin filter help? No one seems to know anything and I am at the end of tolerance.
        Asked on 2/24/2014 by "T" from North Carolina

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          A:

          Hi T! Yes, the cabin air filter could be the possible cause of the problem on your vehicle. The outside air comes in through the passenger vent and circulates through the cabin air filter. The cabin air filter then traps any trash and debris inside of the filter. Once the outside air is filtered through the cabin air filter, the clean air is then circulated to the inside of the vehicle. However, the answer to this is perhaps more complicated than you think. This needs a mechanic's expertise to determine. I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

          Answered on 2/26/2014 by Vincent from AAP
      • Q:

        What is the diffrence in a cabin air filter and a intake filter?

        Thanks joe.....

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        Asked on 3/12/2012 by Anonymous from london,ky.

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          A:

          CABIN AIR FILTERS: When the vehicle is in motion, or when the ventilation system is in use, all impurities that are present in the outside air are sucked into the cabin like a vacuum. Unfiltered air is not only unpleasant; it can also lead to allergic reactions. This creates a need for the filtration of the outside air which is particularly important for the passengers in the vehicle. A cabin air filter is a mechanism that keeps air inside the passenger compartment of your car from becoming stale and unhealthy. This piece of equipment removes contaminants such as dust, pollen, mold spores, and other small particles from the air that circulates through your cars heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system and into the passenger cabin.
          Cabin air filters stop most airborne particles, and some are even capable of eliminating odors.
          INTAKE FILTER: Car air intake systems allows the car to breathe easier creating more horsepower and greater gas mileage. The air intake is an open loop system, and the air filter only has one opportunity to filter the contaminant out of the intake air. Air filters are essential for engines, as the air that these engines breathe needs to be as clean as possible. Poor air quality will significantly impact the performance of an engine. Plugged air filters reduce engine performance, create higher fuel consumption, increase exhaust fumes and are harmful to the environment.
          For compatibility of this part with your vehicle, please provide your vehicle make, model and engine specification.

          Answered on 3/13/2012 by Aaron from AAP
      • Q:

        WHERE IS THE CABIN FILTER COMPARTMENT LOCATED ON A 2004 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN AND CAN IT BE EASILY CHANGED? THANKS
        Asked on 1/31/2011 by DEN

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          A:

          Cabin filters are generally found in one of two locations: under the hood, or under the dash board. Recommended replacement is every 12,000 to 15,000 miles, or once a year.

          Answered on 2/1/2011 by Parts Guru Geo from AAP
      • Q:

        Is this the same as an air conditioner air filter?
        Asked on 10/22/2010 by Anonymous

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          A:

          Yes.

          Answered on 10/22/2010 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
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