Cabin air filters improve the quality of the air inside your vehicle by catching pollen, dust and other contaminants
before they reach you and your passengers. If you notice that the flow of air from your air conditioner seems restricted or you smell strange odors when you turn it on, you're probably due for a filter replacement.
Like oil filters, automotive cabin air filters must be replaced
regularly to ensure peak performance. In most circumstances, you should change your filter every 15,000 miles, or at least
once a year. If you drive in harsh environments, such as on dusty roads or in cities with high air pollution, consider replacing
yours more often to prevent the buildup of dirt and other debris.
Changing out a filter using a cabin air filter kit is a relatively easy task. The most time-consuming part of the process will probably be determining its location
in your vehicle. In many cases, you should be able to access yours by looking under the hood or going through your glove
box. If you're having trouble spotting it, refer to your owner's manual. When you've found it, gently remove any pins, clasps
or covers holding it in place. Replace the old, dirty cabin air filter with a fresh, clean one, and put everything
When choosing a new cabin air filter, the most important thing is to be sure of the correct
size. With every new model year, small changes may occur in the design of a car. It's for this reason that a part that fits
your car may or may not fit a car that is one year newer or older. To ensure you choose the right size
filter for your vehicle, double-check the manual or consult our compatibility checker. In just minutes, you'll have your
choice of appropriate filters, and in just an afternoon, you can be enjoying fresher, cleaner air whenever you drive.