Triangle Car Care Raleigh NC
Location 6425 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh,
NC 27612
Bobby Dunn - Owner
"I have always treated each customer
like I would want to be treated, it's no secret,
but I've built my business on it"

What is a Cabin Air Filter?

When you sit in your car, you breathe in all the air and elements outside. In order to avoid breathing in dust, soot, dirt, and other contaminants. The filters have advanced and are now designed to also absorb fumes, gases, and odors.
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When did Cabin Air Filters come into being?

First introduced in the mid-1980’s in European automobiles, cabin air filters appeared in North American automobiles in 1994.
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Is a Cabin Air Filter the same as an engine intake filter?

No, engine intake filters protect the components in the engine. Cabin air filters serve to clean the air filtered through the car that you and passengers breathe.
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Why are Cabin Air Filters important?

Cabin air filters are essential to keep the air quality within your car clean and fresh. With as many allergens and toxins in our air, carbon air filters keep your time spent in the car healthy.
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Where are Cabin Air Filters located?

You can usually find your cabin air filter behind the dashboard or behind the glove compartment box. If not located there, check the engine compartment in the cowl area.
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How often should they be replaced?

Cabin air filters should be replaced every 12,000 to 15,000 miles or at the very least, once a year. Recommendations may vary based on make and model, check your manufacturers’ handbook.
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What happens if they are not replaced at the recommended interval?

Whenever you leave a filter in too long, you can experience unpleasant odors, decreased heat and air conditioning performance. The restricted airflow through the cabin air filter for filters leaves air stale and properly unfiltered.
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How can you increase fuel mileage?

Maintain Your Speed – posted speed limits not only attempt to ensure safety, but it also helps you increase your gas mileage. Drive Light – remove any unnecessary items from your car. Keep your trunk clear of nonessential items. The heavier the car, the more fuel...
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When should I replace my car’s fuel filter?

Replace your car’s fuel filter approximately every 30,000 miles (or as recommended in your vehicle’s owners manual). Frequent fuel filter changes help your car run without trouble.
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How to make sure my car battery has a good electrical connection?

Ask a technician to inspect and clean your battery cable and terminal to make certain your car has a good electrical connection.
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