Allergens and other airborne particulate go through the many ducts and vents in your heater and air conditioning systems every day. When they build up, they can clog both, choking off airflow. Cabin air filters are what catch most everything before that can happen. However, for all its proven quality, even an original Subaru cabin air filter eventually fills with muck. You'll notice the kinds of problems this causes very soon after: not only bad air quality but also AC and heating fan malfunctions. Other issues follow. For example, getting the temperature in your cabin just right gets a lot tougher. Perhaps the worst result, though, is engine stress, as your motor begins working harder than it needs to. Luckily, telling when to change a cabin air filter is easy. Sure, you can keep an eye out for a lit Check Engine light, but it's a little better to feel for that low airflow or smell for that weird cabin odor. Better signs include brittle surfaces and the obvious filter congestion. If you're still not sure whether it's replacement time, check the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual. When you go to change your cabin air filter once and for all, be sure to put in the genuine article. Unlike aftermarket air filters, Subaru makes ones guaranteed to fit the model you drive. So, save money and shopping time -- check out our great selection online and order yours today.
Cabin Air Filter
Part Number: 72880FG000
Cabin Air Filter
Part Number: 72880AL00A
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