Review of PTC Air Filter - Cabin Air Filter - 3513670

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PTC Air Filter - Cabin Air Filter - 3513670 Review


Today we're going to take a quick look at the PTC custom fit cabin air filter. Your air filter is something you definitely want to change out every so often to make sure that you're getting a good quality air inside your vehicle.This filters out anything you can think of that would be out on the road that we might breathe in. Things like brake dust, pollen, mold, gas emissions, all that nasty stuff we don't particularly want to breathe in. This is going to filter that out so you don't have to. It also traps things. I've seen these get filled with pine needles, leaves, other things, so it's definitely important to change it out pretty regularly.That also ensures that your HVAC systems or your heating and cooling doesn't get blocked up.

A lot of times if you feel like your heating isn't warming up your car very fast or you're just not getting very much AC pumping out at you, it might be time to change out that air filter cause it's too gunked up.It will have all these pleats. That's what's actually going to trap all that stuff inside there. It's typically pretty easy to get your air filter installed. It's going to be .. most cars are going to have it located under or behind the glove compartment on the passenger side.

So you open up your glove compartment and then just replace your filter in there. There should be a little tab or something.Definitely check your owner's manual. It should give you instructions on how to find it there. This is going to be a fit for the 2001 through 2006 Hyundai Elantra, the 2007 through 2010 Hyundai Entourage, the 2006 to 2012 Kia Sedona and the 2001 through 2008 Hyundai Tiburon. Sorry for those Hyundai owners, but check your owner's manual in your vehicle.

Should have instructions there. You also want to see if they have any specifications on how often you should check it, but typically the manufacturer of the air filter recommends changing it every 12 to 18,000 miles or about once a year. That's generally a good metric to go by.One other thing to note. You'll see on this side here, we have this little embossed arrow. That's going to indicate the airflow for the filter.

You want to match that up to the old filter whenever you take it out. Just note, there should be an arrow or some little legend letting you know which direction to put that filter. So definitely keep an eye out for that.That's going to do it for our look at the PTC custom fit cabin air filter.


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