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Many people don't even know they have a cabin air filter in their vehicle and most others aren't aware of the health benefits of changing it. Checking the cabin air filter is a simple preventive maintenance step that goes a long way toward protecting passengers, as well as the vehicle's heating, ventilating and air-conditioning "HVAC" system.
Before winter sets in is a good time to check your cabin air filter, after it's been working hard all spring, summer and fall. Cabin air filters clean the incoming air and remove allergens, and should be replaced every 12,000 to 15,000 miles, or per the owner's manual.
The cabin air filter helps trap pollen, bacteria, dust and exhaust gases that may find their way into a "HVAC" systems. The filter also prevents leaves, bugs and other debris from entering the "HVAC" system.
A dirty or clogged cabin air filter can cause musty odors in the vehicle and cause contaminants to become so concentrated in the cabin that passengers actually breathe in more fumes and particles when riding in the car compared to walking down the street. A restricted cabin air filter can also impair airflow in the HVAC system, possibly causing interior heating and cooling problems, important for staying comfortable during any season. Over time, the heater and air conditioner may also become damaged by corrosion. Filters should not be cleaned and reinstalled; instead, they should be replaced.