Cabin Air Filters Easy to Install
Most cabin air filters are in a location that makes it moderately easy to access and replace. Cabin air filters are typically located under the hood, or behind or under the glove compartment. The cabin air filter should be changed every year or 12,000-15,000 miles.
Longlife automotive cabin air filters come with easy-to-use installation instructions. These step-by-step instructions tell you where to locate your cabin air filter and how to replace it.
Cabin Air Filter Facts
Cabin air filters are incorporated into the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems on more than 85% of all new automobiles.
Most consumers and installers are unaware that cabin air filters exist on their vehicles.
Unchanged cabin air filters can impair the health of drivers and passengers, leading to headaches, nausea and allergies.
An estimated 85% of cabin air filters in cars today have not had their recommended replacement.
If a cabin air filter goes unchanged, the restricted air flow may cause decreased performance in heating and air conditioning.