CABIN FILTER

Did you know that they exist? It is in charge of keeping the interior of our vehicle clean, avoiding the entry of dust and particles from the outside. It is common to check this filter before failures in our air conditioning system since it can be blocked by the high content of retained particles.

HOW ARE THE INTERIOR FILTERS COMPOSED?

The cabin or anti-pollen filter is composed of a denser material than air filters capable of retaining much finer particles.

It is an essential element in today’s vehicles, fulfilling the job of reducing or eliminating particles and impurities that can access the interior of the cabin.

EVERY TIME SHOULD I CHANGE THE INTERIOR FILTER?

Unlike the rest of the filters, the pollen filter only takes care of the cabin, so the frequency of its change depends on the state in which it is. A cabin filter that was not replaced after several kilometers can cause a decrease in the performance of your air conditioning as well as the quality of the air that circulates inside.

Although it is not easy to access the filter to check its status, we recommend doing so before each filter change in general.

HIDRAULIC FILTER CROSS REFERENCE BY BRAND

We sort the oil filter codes by brand so that you can quickly enter and find their corresponding equivalence.

Acdelco Filter – Codes & Cross Reference

Bosch Filters – Codes & Cross Reference

Delphi Filters – Codes & Cross Reference

Donaldson Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Fiaam Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Fleetguard Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Fram Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Freudenberg Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Gonher Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Mann Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Motorcraft Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Purflux Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Purolator Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Wega Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Wix Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Mahle Filters – Code & Cross Reference

Hengst Filters – Code & Cross Reference