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STP Cabin Air Filters come from one of the world’s most recognized automotive aftermarket brands. These filters protect you and your family from dust and pollen with their ability to maintain clean air quality in your vehicle. STP Cabin Air Filters optimize the air flow in your car’s heating and air conditioning system. Easy-to-follow instructions are included in the box.
- Designed to remove dust, pollen and particulate matter from the air before it enters your vehicle
- Allows optimal clean air flow through vehicle’s ventilation system, ensuring ideal operation of defrosting, heating and cooling systems
- Meets fit and function of the original equipment
- Installation instructions included
STP Cabin Air Filters trap exhaust fumes, allergens, and pollutants that enter the cabin of your vehicle, keeping the air you breathe clean. STP Cabin Air Filters are built with specially designed filter media to filter pollutants efficiently and effectively. Replace your cabin air filter every 12,000 miles for optimal air flow.
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Know the difference between Air Filters and Cabin Air Filters
Air Filters clean air coming into your engine, improving performance.
Cabin Air Filters clean air coming into the vehicle by trapping allergens and pollutants.
Make sure you're replacing the correct filter when performing basic maintenance.
HOW TO CHANGE YOUR CABIN AIR FILTER
Keep the air inside your vehicle clean
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