Replace Air Cabin Filter Video
Changing an Air Cabin Filter VideoAir cabin filter are a necessity for anyone needing to breath filtered air while in or driving a car. While driving there are many impurities in the air that are made airborne by passing cars. Every car in front of you is forcing the dust from the ground and into the air. When you turn on the air conditioner or heater this air cabin filter is put into action. Like any filter it becomes dirty inhibiting the air flow through the vents. When the air cabin filter gets plugged less air can pass through until no air flow is experienced. Most automobiles have a air cabin filter easily replaceable with everyday tools. The filter is located somewhere in the heating/air conditioner duct work either under the dash or hood on the passenger side. Replacing your car's air cabin filter is a relatively simple repair that can be done in a few minutes with minor tools in most cases. The air cabin filter can be sometimes referred as a hypo filter short for hypoallergenic filter. If you cannot locate the air cabin filter in your car please consult the car's owner's manual. Some cars are not equipped with an air cable filter so don't be alarmed if you cannot find it.
When removing the air cabin filter use caution to not allow any excess debris to enter the venting system. After the filter has been removed use a damp cloth to wipe clean the air cabin filter housing and cover. The air cabin filter will have a sealing gasket that helps trap dirt from getting around the filter. Either the filter will come with a new one or simply reuse the old one. If further assistance is needed, our certified car repair technicians are ready to answer your car questions. Also, gain manufacturer specific instructions and information by clicking - Auto Repair Manual Related Car Repair Information