Cabin Air Filter Replacement

The cabin air filter is responsible for protecting drivers and passengers by removing dust, pollen, and harmful pollutants before they reach the vehicle’s cabin. Typically located behind the glove box, the filter cleans air in the vehicle’s HVAC system. If the inside of your car smells funny, or your vents don’t have as much air flow as they used to, give your car’s interior a breath of fresh air with a new cabin air filter.

Breathe Easy With a Cabin Air Filter
You deserve to breathe clean, healthy air while you’re behind the wheel of your car or truck, and the best way to ensure that happens is by changing out your cabin air filters as recommended. Most manuals contain mileage stamps for recommended changes, but they can vary wildly based on the manufacturer and what type of car or truck you drive. At Platinum Plus Auto Repair , we not only have a wide selection of the best cabin air filters for cars and trucks available and on hand at any given time, but we also have all the advice you need on understanding when and how to change out your filter so you can get the cleanest air and best results all around.

When Should You Change It?
Most manuals will recommend that you change your cabin air filter every 15,000, 25,000 or even 30,000+ miles. The recommendation tends to vary based on the manufacturer of the car in question, so it’s important to take a look at your manual to better understand your car’s needs in regards to the fresh air in its cabin. However, if you don’t have access to a manual or you prefer more concrete evidence that it’s time for a change, there are some more obvious signals you can keep an eye out for. These include reduced air flow through your vents when the A/C or heat is on, excessive noise when the fans are turned up high, or a bad, musky or dirty odor that permeates the vehicle whenever the climate control system is switched on. If you’ve noticed any of these issues, it’s likely time for a change. Come to your local Platinum Plus Auto Repair to get the product you need to get the switch underway.