Heating & Cooling
Cabin Air Filter

Your vehicle’s Cabin Air Filter cleans incoming air from the vehicle’s air conditioning system. The filter eliminates pollen, bacteria, dust, road debris, mold spores, and exhaust gases that may find their way into a vehicle’s ventilation system, thus making the interior cabin of your car a much healthier environment for you and your family. A dirty Cabin Air Filter can reduce the effectiveness of your vehicle’s air conditioning system so regular maintenance is strongly recommended.

Cabin Air Filter

Cabin Air Filters should be replaced according to owners’ manual guidelines, usually every 15,000 miles, or every 3rd oil change. Depending on the environment the car is driven in, these numbers could change so it’s best to have the cabin air filter inspected at every oil change. If neglected a restricted cabin air filter can impair airflow in the air conditioning system, possibly causing interior heating and/or cooling problems.

Not all cars are equipped with a Cabin Air Filter, but they are quickly becoming standard in all manufactures’ new models. Consult your owner’s manual or ask any Midas employee to look up your vehicle’s information in our information database.

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