Cabin Air Filters

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Cabin Air Filters

What is a Cabin Air Filter?

The cabin air filter element is used to clean the air entering your vehicle's cabin. The cabin air filter is used to purify the air that comes into the interior through the ventilation, air-conditioning, and heating system.


This cabin air filter element captures airborne debris, dust, pollen, insects, twigs, leaves, soot, and other airborne material that can make riding in your vehicle unpleasant. Depending on how long the air filter has been in service, you might be shocked at what you discover in the filter element.


When should the cabin air filter element be replaced?


This air filtration element requires replacement at the manufacturer's recommended service interval. This service interval is usually between 12,000 and 15,000 miles. Please check the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual for the exact service interval.


What factors affect the service interval of a Cabin Air Filter?


  • The environment in which the vehicle is operated as areas with high rates of airborne contaminants can dramatically reduce the service interval.
  • A shorter change interval is a good idea if you suffer from respiratory problems or have allergies. 
  • But then, you'll know it's time for your car's cabin air filter replacement.