How to Check and Replace Cabin Air Filters
Have you ever been hit in the face with a dirty gym sock? Thankfully I have not. But I have experienced the sensation of a dirty cabin air filter. I was driving a loaner car to training when I turned on the car’s air-conditioning and got a face full of stink. That stink was coming from a dirty cabin air filter. This is the filter that works hard to keep the nasty dirty air from getting into your car. Not replacing your cabin air filter, or pollen filter as I call it, can lead to an unpleasant experience for you and your passengers.
Now this is a dirty cabin air filter!
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