Review of PTC Air Filter - Cabin Air Filter - 3513007

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PTC Air Filter - Cabin Air Filter - 3513007 Review


Today, we're going to take a look at the custom fit cabin air filter. This is going to be an easy thing to replace on your own to make sure that your vehicle is up in tip top shape. Our filter is going to keep out any of the nasty stuff that we encounter out on the road: dust, smoke, bacteria, pollen, mold spores, soot, brake dust, all that stuff, it's going to trap it inside the pleats of our filter, it keeps us from breathing it in. Also it keeps it from gunking up our HVAC system, so if you might notice your heating is not putting out as much as it used to or your air conditioning just isn't really working efficiently, it might be because your air filter is full of junk, so you need to replace it, get a new one in there nice and clean, make sure that everything's working properly.Again, we'll have that white media to filter out all those particulates, it keeps us safe and healthy inside our vehicle, it keeps everything working correctly. Now, this is going to be a fit for several different vehicles including the 2002 Lincoln Blackwood, the 1997 through 2006 Ford Expedition, 2000 through 2004 Ford F150, our 1997 through 1999 Ford F-150 and 250 light duty, the 1997 Ford F-250 and 350 heavy duty, and the 1999 through 2004 f-250 and 350 super duty, as well as the 1998 through 2002 Lincoln Navigator. It's not a bad idea to go through our fit guide here at etrailer.com just to double check that this is going to be a fit for your vehicle.Now to replace your air filter, it's pretty easy.

You just open up the passenger side door, locate the housing underneath your glove compartment, pull out the old one, pop in the new one, you're pretty much good to go. There might be a couple of screws you need to remove to get that housing out, but other than that, it's pretty easy. You can see there's going to be a little gasket around the edge here to keep everything sealed in. There's some foam at the other end to protect our components inside, so should be good to go, should match up just directly with your original filter.Now, the manufacturer of the filter does recommend that you changed this about every 12,000 to 18,000 miles or about once a year. It's a good metric to go by, that once a year, but you also want to check your owner's manual to make sure that it doesn't say anything different.

If it does, go off of that.That's going to do it for our look at the PTC custom fit cabin air filter.


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