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I use what fits the car off Amzon, have to dig the link up if it does not match, is it wise to use it???? why not go get any old filters and cut to size, why they are spacific sizes.. time for coffee.
I personally only use OEM filters.Amazon cabin filters are on sale - the 2 packs
Has anyone used these on our CR-Vs? CF11182 is supposed to be the Fram part number but the dimensions don't match exactly and the few honda comments are using different sizes. If anyone's used this with our gen please chime in. Amazon says that does not fit the CR-V but it's not the first time Amazon's been wrong about a part.
Just got the same one and installed it the other day.Just got this one from Amazon:
It's a carbon filter @ $13.50.
I concur for sure. Funny how we drive with our windows open and never worry about a filter. How times have changed...Unless you have severe allergies, cabin air filters are probably the least-critical maintenance item you can buy; for decades and decades they weren’t even included in auto design. So I’d go with whatever is cheapest and simply replace frequently enough (every 20-30k) to keep the air flowing.
That was yesterday. Today you need someone to make a HEPA filter for your cabin filter so you don’t have to worry about catching the coronavirus from some jogger sneezing as you drive byI concur for sure. Funny how we drive with our windows open and never worry about a filter. How times have changed...
What? Some people actually drive with their windows OPEN?? Wow, the coronavirus (COVID19) is sure going to get them, or, the dust etc in the 'fresh' air might cause them to smile.I concur for sure. Funny how we drive with our windows open and never worry about a filter. How times have changed...