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What Happens If You Fail to Change Your Car's Dirty Cabin Filter?

What Happens If You Fail to Change Your Car's Dirty Cabin Filter?

Your car's air filter does more than keep foreign particles out of the air you inhale. Like other components of your vehicle, your air filter can become damaged or clogged with use. Industry experts suggest a replacement of the cabin air filter approximately every 12,000-15,000 miles. For a more accurate number of miles and further guidance, you can refer to your owner's manual for more information.   You may wonder, what happens when you fail to change your car's air filter? Here are some things that can go wrong if you don't change your filter on a regular schedule.  Pollutants Enter Your Cabin Every car, including yours, emits smog and exhaust fumes. If you operate your vehicle in high-traffic areas, then all this vehicle smoke can make its way into your cabin's air circulation system. A healthy in-cabin air filter should catch this pollution. However, if the filter gets old or damaged, it allows pollutants to flow directly into the air you breathe ... read more

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