Guides

Cabin Air Filter Replacement

Cabin Filter Location & Installation Guides

We spend millions of hours driving or stuck in traffic each year. That’s a lot of time sitting in a vehicle breathing air coming through the air conditioning or ventilation system. Find the cabin air filter replacement guide for your vehicle from the list of manufacturers here.

A properly functioning cabin air filter captures airborne contaminants like road dirt, debris, soot, pollen and other pollutants, thereby allowing clean air to enter the passenger compartment. The cabin filter also prevents leaves, dirt, bugs and other debris from damaging the ventilation/HVAC system and negatively impacting the operation of the heater, air conditioner, demister or defroster.

Most new cars and commercial vehicles sold in Ireland are equipped with a cabin filter. In the following cabin air filter replacement videos and PDF files we show you how to change the cabin filter in your vehicle. In most cases, you should be able to determine the location of the cabin air filter from the guide. If in doubt, check your owner’s manual.

Save money and protect your health by changing your cabin filter regularly, at least once a year or sooner if necessary. Tell tale signs of a blocked or restricted cabin filter include poor air flow through the vents, moldy smell and fogging windows. Many standard pollen or particle cabin filters can be upgraded to an activated carbon version. Quality activated carbon cabin filters not only filter the air, they help exclude a wide array of bacteria, mold, mildew, algae and yeast. This is extra protection against odour and the microbes that can cause allergies.

Vehicle Manufacturers

Alfa Audi BMW Citroen Fiat
Ford Honda Hyundai Isuzu Jaguar
Kia Land Rover Lexus Mazda Mercedes
Mitsubishi Nissan Opel Peugeot Porsche
Renault Saab Seat Skoda Smart
Subaru Suzuki Toyota VW Volvo