Change the cabin filter in your car

Sun, Oct 15, 2017

Lazy Automation

Did you even know you had a cabin filter in your car?

No sense in spending any effort to explain what it is. Read here to find out more.

I changed them out in both my cars this weekend. Getting to them can be a pain in the ass (in my case they are located under the dashboard). I found a video on the Filter Heads YouTube channel to show step-by-step how to swap them out for my particular car (they also have a ton of other makes and models in their uploads). Filters cost about $15 a piece for my car and it looks like a change every 6 months makes sense if you are travelling in areas with a lot of traffic. See the difference between a dirty filter and a clean filter. Yuck.

Added to recurring tasks.




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