Cabin Air Filters Provide Added Protection
Cabin air filters are becoming more common in automotive and heavy-duty on- and off-highway applications.
These filters reduce the amount of airborne pollutants and particles entering the interior of a vehicle by capturing dust, pollen and other airborne contaminants.
A Baldwin cabin air filter will protect passengers from airborne pollen, bacteria, dust and smog, reduce dust and dirt accumulation in the vehicle’s interior and increase air conditioning and heat output and performance.
Baldwin cabin air filters are built to OE specifications to give you and your equipment the best protection available.
Most cabin air filters are in a location that makes it moderately easy to access and replace. Cabin air filters are typically located under the hood, or behind or under the glove compartment. The cabin air filter should be changed every year or 12,000-15,000 miles.
Baldwin automotive cabin air filters come with easy-to-use installation instructions. These step-by-step instructions tell you where to locate your cabin air filter and how to replace it.