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Cabin Air Filter Replacement pricing for various cars

CarsEstimateParts CostLabor CostSavingsAverage Dealer Price
2012 Chevrolet Suburban 1500$181$35.40$145.99-26%$142.90
2010 Ford E-350 Super Duty$175$28.77$145.99-28%$136.27
2015 Toyota Avalon$166$19.95$145.99-30%$127.45
2014 Infiniti QX70$166$19.95$145.99-30%$127.45
2009 Audi A3 Quattro$170$24.34$145.99-29%$131.84
2016 Porsche 911$199$53.49$145.99-23%$160.99

Cabin Air Filter Replacement Service

What is the Cabin Air Filter all about?

When you turn on the heat or air conditioner, the air that you get from the car vents originates from outside the car. The cabin air filter cleans the air before passing it through the heating or air conditioning system.

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How to perform a car cabin filter replacement:

  • Locate Your Cabin Air Filter: Typically, the cabin air filter is found behind the glove box or under the dashboard. Consult your vehicle’s owner's manual for the exact location.
  • Remove the Old Filter: Carefully remove the old cabin air filter, paying attention to how it's inserted. It's a good time to check for debris or dirt within the filter housing.
  • Clean the Filter Housing: Wipe down the filter housing with a clean cloth to ensure the new filter seats properly and functions efficiently.
  • Install the New Filter: Place the new cabin air filter into the housing. Make sure it fits snugly and is oriented correctly, according to the airflow direction marked on the filter.
  • Reassemble the Components: Put back any covers, panels, or clips you removed during the process. Ensure everything is secured correctly before closing the glove box or reattaching the under-dash panel.
  • Check the System: Once everything is back in place, turn on your vehicle and test the airflow to confirm that the new filter is working as it should.

For more step by step instructions, check out our implementation guide.

Keep in mind:

The cabin air filter is different from the air filter. The job of the air filter is to clean the air that goes into the engine to burn fuel. The job of the cabin air filter is to clean the air that you get from the vents inside the car. You may have more than one cabin air filter. Ensuring your vehicle is equipped with the right cabin filter is critical for maintaining air quality inside your car. Selecting the appropriate cabin air filter not only contributes to a smoother ride but also preserves the health of both driver and passengers.

When to Replace Your Car Cabin Filter:

Maintaining the quality of the air inside your vehicle is crucial for both health and comfort. A key element in this is understanding how often to replace your car cabin filter. Most car manufacturers recommend doing this service once every 12,000 to 15,000 miles, but this can vary based on your driving habits and the environment wherein you drive.

How often to replace your car cabin filter

The general rule of thumb is to replace your cabin air filter annually or per the mileage suggested by your vehicle manufacturer. However, if you drive in dusty or polluted areas, or suffer from allergies, you might benefit from more frequent replacements.

Seasonal considerations for cabin filter maintenance

Seasons play a significant role in how long your cabin filter will last. Spring, with its high pollen counts, and fall, a time of leaf debris and mold, are especially taxing on your filter's capabilities. If you live in an area with harsh winter conditions, salt and road grime can also clog your filter. Thus, checking your cabin filter with the change of each season can be a proactive approach to ensuring the air quality in your car is not compromised.

  • In spring, look out for pollen and allergens infiltrating your cabin space.
  • Summer drives can introduce more dust and pollutants, given the dry conditions.
  • Fall often brings debris from leaves and possible mold, requiring attention.
  • Winter's salty roads and grime call for a cabin filter inspection to fend off clogs.

Remember, keeping your car's cabin filter in prime condition will help ensure a pleasant and healthier driving environment, and potentially save you money by preventing more significant HVAC system issues down the line.

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Toyota Camry L4-2.5L - Cabin Air Filter - Austin, Texas
Patrick shows up on time and works fast. He is thorough gives excellent advice. He’s pleasant and takes time to answer questions. I’ve used him many times and will continue to do so.


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Hyundai Sonata L4-2.4L - Cabin Air Filter - Oakland, California
Amazing job! Salim really took care of my car and finish all his duties in a timely manner. I will definitely recommend him!


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Mercedes-Benz GLE350 V6-3.5L - Cabin Air Filter - Woodstock, Georgia
Christopher was extremely knowledgeable and professional. Saved me quite a bit of money on was very dependable.


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Jeep Grand Cherokee V6-3.6L - Cabin Air Filter - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Chris was excellent! He called ahead of time,, showed me where the problem was and fixed everything I needed, under an hour! Amazing!

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