ZIP Activated carbon air filters, are designed to redure the amount of harmful contaminants entering into your vehicle, Cabin air filter with activated carbon stops all particles and also odors. The filtering medium used consists of three layers, an active carbon layer placed between two layers of non-woven fibers. Zip filters offer a wide range of particle and activated carbon, cabin air filters available for various vehicle makes and models
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- The cabin filter cleans the air that comes into the interior of your car through the heating and air conditioning. It filters out dust, pollen and other airborne particles.
|Manufacturer Part Name||A/C Filter|
|Usage Steps||| 1 : Find your car’s cabin air filter. The location of the cabin air filter can vary from vehicle to vehicle. In some cars it is located under the hood while in others it is found behind the glovebox or under the dashboard. Your vehicle’s owner manual will tell you where it is located. You can also ask a mechanic or other trusted professional to show you where it is found. | 2 : Once you have located the cabin air filter housing, take out the old cabin air filter, remove the clips, screws or wing nuts that hold the housing in place. Take off the cover and then remove the filter. Look at the filter to see if needs replacing or if it will be good for a few more road trips. If it is dirty and grimy, the time has come to replace it. | 3 : Clean the housing compartment. Before you install the new cabin air filter, it is worth the time to clean up the housing compartment and air intake duct. Use a vacuum to clean out any dirt and debris. Take a rag and wipe the inside of the air filter chamber to get rid of any dirt. | 4 : Put the new cabin air filter in. Simply put the cabin air filter in the same spot where the old filter was (NOTE: be sure you install the filter with the correct air flow direction). | 5 : Place the housing cover back on, putting any screws or clips you took off back on. If you had to remove the glovebox or dashboard to get to the cabin air filter, put it back in place by reversing the steps you used to take it off.|
|Advantages||| To breathe fresher air | The cabin filter allows you to breathe clean air, by filtering bacteria, pollen and polluting substances. If you don’t change your cabin filter regularly, you may notice unpleasant odours and could have allergic reactions (sneezing, coughing, etc.) | To avoid safety and visibility issues | When a cabin filter is clogged, it may partially block the airflow coming into your car. This can be problematic, especially when you need to defog the windows. | To increase the life of your car’s A/C heating system | Having a clean cabin filter will maximise airflow and extend the life of your car’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. | For eliminating dust and airborne particles change Cabin filter for every 10,000 km or 1 years.|