Car Cabin Air Filters
Cabin filters are part of your vehicles ventilation system. They remove pollutants from the air before they have a chance to get inside the passenger compartment, creating a more comfortable driving environment. The cabin filter should be replaced periodically as per the manufacturer’s recommendations to ensure good air quality at all times.
Cabin air filters are usually located under the dashboard or attached to the glove box. Sometimes they can be found in the engine compartment, too. They are always located in an easily accessible place so they may be changed regularly. The filters can be changed in as little as 10 minutes and new filters should be installed every 12,000 to 15,000 miles or once a year depending on the make and model of your car.
If you’re not sure which cabin filter you need, our convenient Car Cabin Filter Chart
will help you find the right filter for your needs. It lists a variety of car models and includes information about which car cabin filter you need and where the car cabin air filter is located in your vehicle.
For more information about car cabin air filters, please visit our Car Cabin Air Filters Information Page