Dust and allergens pass through a vehicle's heating and air conditioning systems every day. When they accumulate in ducts and start lining vents, airflow can choke off entirely. Luckily, every vehicle has something to catch just about everything: a cabin air filter. However, no filter lasts forever. It'll fill with muck eventually. When the one in your car or truck does, you'll start to notice problems like bad air quality and HVAC malfunctions. Getting your interior temperature right will get harder. Worst of all, your motor will start to stress, having to work harder than it would need to otherwise.
When Do You Change a Cabin Air Filter?
You can check your owner's manual for a schedule, but it's also a good idea to look for the signs. Watch for a lit Check Engine light. Feel for low airflow. Smell for unclean odors in your cabin. Better indicators yet are brittle or discolored filter surfaces and accumulated debris. When you go to replace your cabin filter, be sure to put in a genuine one from your OEM. Unlike aftermarket fare, GM makes filters guaranteed to fit your make and model. So, save a little shopping time -- check out our selection and order online today.
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