Particulate passes through your vehicle's AC and heating systems all the time. When it accumulates in ducts and on vents, it can reduce airflow, or even choke it off entirely. Luckily, your vehicle has a cabin air filter to catch just about everything. However, it's going to fill with muck sooner or later. When it does, you'll start to notice all kinds of problems. Bad air quality is the least among them. Your HVAC fan can also malfunction, getting your interior temperature right can get harder, and worst of all, your motor can stress, beginning to work harder than it would need to otherwise.
When Do You Change a Cabin Air Filter?
The answer's easy. Just look for the signs it's time. Watch for a lit Check Engine light, feel for low airflow, and smell for unclean odors in-cabin. Better symptoms, however, include brittle surfaces and filter congestion. If you're still not sure whether your filter needs replacement, check your owner's manual for a maintenance schedule. When you go to take care of the job, though, be sure to put in a genuine OEM cabin filter. Unlike aftermarket fare, Mopar makes ones guaranteed to fit your make and model. So, save a little shopping time -- check out our great selection and order yours online today.
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