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When should I replace my cabin air filter?

Car manufacturers recommend changing the air filter every 12,000 to 15,000 miles. If you drive in an area of poor air quality or you frequently drive in heavy, urban traffic, you may need to change it more often. The filter should be checked yearly at the very least.

Can I replace my cabin air filter myself?

The ability to replace it yourself depends on the location of your air filter as well as your auto repair skills. Most cabin air filters are located behind the glove compartment, which is relatively easy to get to. Some have the filter under the dashboard or under the hood, which isn't as accessible. If you can replace it yourself, do so because it'll be cheaper than going to a mechanic.

Which air filter do I purchase?

The air filter you need to purchase depends on the make and model vehicle you own. You should check your owner's manual to get the exact size. Many of the cabin air filters listed do say which makes and models they're for, so you can check there as well. Cabin air filters are also most common in vehicles made in 2000 and later, so those with older vehicles don't need to worry about the cabin air filter.

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