What is a cabin air filter? Is it:
- A filter for a house in the middle of the woods?
- A fresh, piney scent?
- A filter for the passenger compartment of your car?
We’ve seen many people suffering from allergies find relief by simply changing their automobile’s cabin air filter. The difference can be quite astounding. – John, John’s Auto Care, 303.442.2932You can check your owner’s manual for recommended replacement intervals, but often, owner’s manuals forgets about the cabin air filter, so Ask John (or our Service Advisor) for a recommendation. It’s usually every year or 12,000 miles. Change it sooner if you drive in dusty conditions or if you start to notice an odor from your ventilation system. So keep your cabin air filter clean. It may not help your car go from zero to sixty in under 6 seconds, but it will make your driving experience more enjoyable.