Allergens and more pass through the ducts and vents in your heating and air conditioning systems every day. When they build up, they can reduce airflow or even it choke off entirely. Luckily, a cabin air filter catches a lot of it before that can happen. However, they all fill up with particulate eventually. You'll notice all kinds of issues afterward, from bad air quality to HVAC fan malfunctions. Other issues follow. For instance, it'll start to get harder to get the temperature in your cabin right. Also, your motor stress will increase, as yours will begin to work harder than it needs to.
When Do You Change Cabin Filters?
Luckily, answering that question is easy. Sure, you can watch for your Check Engine light to turn on, but it's more conclusive to feel for that cut airflow or smell for strange cabin odors. Better symptoms to look for include brittle surfaces and obvious filter congestion. If you're still unsure whether it's replacement time, consult your owner's manual for a maintenance schedule. When you do change it, though, be sure to put in a genuine OEM cabin filter. Unlike aftermarket brands, Mopar makes ones guaranteed to fit your make and model. We've got what you need. So, save some shopping time -- check out our catalog and order online today.
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