Cabin Air Filters

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These days, everyone is looking for better vehicle performance and a better personal health. These two things can be directly related within a vehicle with the cars air supply. People are concerned about the quality of the air that they breathe while driving their cars. It is now possible to protect not only your car, but yourself and also your passengers as well, by having clean cabin air filters.

The air that we breathe is full of airborne particles and these airborne particles can pass through your vehicle's ventilation system and into the passenger cabin. The airborne particles can include pollen, mold, and dust which can irritate you and your passengers, causing all too common and unpleasant allergy symptoms such as runny noses, sneezing and blocked nasal passages. Airborne particles can include smoke and fumes as well as odors. The air passing into your car comes through your vehicle's vents. These vents can become blocked and the airflow into your vehicle's passenger compartment will be reduced. If the vent filters are not regularly replaced and become blocked, your vehicle's heater and air conditioner may ultimately be damaged. Therefore, cabin air filters are a critical part of your vehicle's ventilation system.

Cabin air filters work to your benefit by removing airborne particles from the air that is flowing into your vehicle's passenger compartment. Because they improve the air quality inside of your car, they offer great relief to allergy sufferers and protect against from airborne pollutants. Clogged cabin air filters can cause fogging of your windshield due to improper vehicle ventilation. This can lead to dangerous driving conditions that may jeopardize your safety and the safety of others. Auto exhaust pollutants from fellow travelers in other vehicles can damage your health as they pass through your car's ventilation system and into your passenger compartment.

With cabin air filters, they offer protection on your vehicle, along with an additional health benefit by helping to screen out these toxic and harmful gasses, such as ozone and hydrocarbons. Cabin air filters also help reduce the unpleasant odors from gaseous pollutants. For your vehicle's best performance, your cabin air filter should be changed at least once a year, or every 15,000 miles.

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Bond Mejeh produces automotive related articles for Quick Cash Auto, a cash for cars service. Quick Cash Auto not only buys pre-owned vehicles of any year, make or model, but they also provide numerous articles about vehicle repair and automotive news.

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This article was published on 2010/03/28