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Toyota Prius Cabin Air Filter

Your Toyota Prius is a solid hybrid car. If you notice reduced airflow through your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system as well as more noise, it's time to replace your cabin air filter. Visit AutoZone to pick a quality Toyota Prius cabin air filter that's specifically designed for your make and model.

Cabin air filters clean and purify the air entering your vehicle. They keep dust particles and pollen from coming into your car. Airborne materials can make your car ride uncomfortable, especially if you have respiratory or allergy problems. Shop for your cabin air filter for Toyota Prius online and pick either Same Day Store Pickup. AutoZone's Loan-a-Tool program lends specialty automotive tools for your installations and our accomplished staff has advice for you on Prius cabin air filters during your next in-store visit.

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it works

Zelda

in a month

it's a basic air filter and it gets the job done. the AC is colder and stronger (and cleaner) now.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2013 Toyota Prius C2

it's a basic air filter and it gets the job done. the AC is colder and stronger (and cleaner) now.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2013 Toyota Prius C2

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Literally no way to screw this up

Wry

in a month

It's a bit of paper and foam made to fit into a piece of plastic. It works great

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2017 Toyota Prius Prime

It's a bit of paper and foam made to fit into a piece of plastic. It works great

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2017 Toyota Prius Prime

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I didn't know these existed!

Joshua

in a month

I bought my car about a year and a half ago and when I got it I checked the cabin air filter, I was shocked it literally looked like a birds nest. I cleaned it out the best I could and got a new filter at AutoZone, surprisingly the air wasn't even that noticeably bad for being clogged up. So a half a year goes by and I got my oil changed, the guy checks my intake filter and finds a mouse nest full to the brim in the intake box. I'm happy I got my oil changed when I did, I would have cried if all that got sucked through into my engine. Now I've learned since living a bit out of town apparently the rodents around here are quick to find new nesting spots, because I drive my car every day... Anyway onto yesterday, I've been taking apart my car and deep cleaning it and the cabin filter popped into my head so I went to check it... full to the brim with leaves, fur, obviously another nest... grr! Again I'm shocked I didn't noticed a decrease in AC performance or lack of pressure coming from the vents, I guess it probably bypassed the outer air and just was intaking from the cabin. I wanted to get a better filter this time around as I was noticing after cleaning the engine there's been a smell that gives me a headache, plus it doesn't hurt treating a almost 2 decade old car to new lungs! I really didn't know this type of filter even existed I thought it was just regular or charcoal, I'm kind of glad the charcoal was out of stock or I would have never known this "High Performance" filter even existed! Great price especially compared to similar "High Performance" one's I've seen. I've only gotten to experience using this product for a day or two, but I can tell instantly there's no more odors, the air feels fresher, and the dust doesn't get kicked around anymore. Basically, turned my car into a vacuum for the dust in the air, I love it!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Toyota Prius

I bought my car about a year and a half ago and when I got it I checked the cabin air filter, I was shocked it literally looked like a birds nest. I cleaned it out the best I could and got a new filter at AutoZone, surprisingly the air wasn't even that noticeably bad for being clogged up. So a half a year goes by and I got my oil changed, the guy checks my intake filter and finds a mouse nest full to the brim in the intake box. I'm happy I got my oil changed when I did, I would have cried if all that got sucked through into my engine. Now I've learned since living a bit out of town apparently the rodents around here are quick to find new nesting spots, because I drive my car every day... Anyway onto yesterday, I've been taking apart my car and deep cleaning it and the cabin filter popped into my head so I went to check it... full to the brim with leaves, fur, obviously another nest... grr! Again I'm shocked I didn't noticed a decrease in AC performance or lack of pressure coming from the vents, I guess it probably bypassed the outer air and just was intaking from the cabin. I wanted to get a better filter this time around as I was noticing after cleaning the engine there's been a smell that gives me a headache, plus it doesn't hurt treating a almost 2 decade old car to new lungs! I really didn't know this type of filter even existed I thought it was just regular or charcoal, I'm kind of glad the charcoal was out of stock or I would have never known this "High Performance" filter even existed! Great price especially compared to similar "High Performance" one's I've seen. I've only gotten to experience using this product for a day or two, but I can tell instantly there's no more odors, the air feels fresher, and the dust doesn't get kicked around anymore. Basically, turned my car into a vacuum for the dust in the air, I love it!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Toyota Prius