Yes that Hay fever moment, cabin filters were designed to keep out those awful smells and also keep the hay fever at bay by keeping the pollen at bay.
Many will not even realise that a pollen filter exists in the vehicle let alone know were to find said filter. This is obviously not an item that will cause your vehicle to stop but it might affect your air conditioning and or the smell in your cabin. Most people will replace this periodically and not at every service but it is advisable to at least change the pollen filter.
You will find as standard the cabin filter in many of the newer vehicles especially as air conditioning became the new normal in most models of motor car. Vehicles specification these days is of a very high standard and with this comes extra servicing to ensure the vehicle remains in tip top condition. A vehicle is always much easier to sell when it has a good service history and has been well looked after. Don’t overlook the small things as they tend to grow into big things over time.
Servicing the cabin filter is usually easy and the filters can be found by simply looking in the service book or manual.
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