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Genuine Subaru Cabin Air Filters
What do they do?
Cabin air filters trap foreign particles from outside air that are drawn in through your HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) system, like:
When should they be replaced?
- Dust particles
- Allergens and pollutants
- Mold spores
It’s best to replace your cabin air filter every 12,000 miles, or if you experience any of the following:
- Decreased airflow of hot or cold air
- Unpleasant smell coming from vents
- Overdue service interval mileage
A clean cabin air filter not only helps ensure the quality of air that you and your passengers breathe inside your Subaru, it also optimizes airflow when using the heat, defrosters or air conditioning.
Why use Genuine Subaru Cabin Air Filters?
- Exact fit into your HVAC system/li>
- Engineered materials trap microscopic particles/li>
- Ensures maximum air flow/li>
- Generic cabin air filters may decrease heating and air conditioning performance/li>
* This mileage is based on the Maintenance Schedule intervals found in your Warranty & Maintenance Booklet. Your interval may be longer than 12,000 miles, depending on which Subaru vehicle you drive. The cabin air filter may need to be replaced sooner or more often due to road conditions, weather and your individual driving habits.
This part fastens the HVAC mode control cam actuator in place
Fits Crosstrek, Forester, Impreza, STI, WRX
Cabin Air Filter
If the air coming out of your vents smells a little funny—like mildew or funk—or if your windshield fogs up with the A/C on, your 2009 Subaru WRX may have a clogged cabin filter. Many manufacturers recommend replacing the cabin filter, or pollen filter, as part of its scheduled maintenance.