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10 Car Repairs You’ve Probably Wasted Money On

The Family Handyman Logo By Mark Johanson of The Family Handyman | Slide 1 of 10: Cars are full of filters. Some are more important than others, but each represents an opportunity for you to save money by doing the replacement yourself. A great example is the cabin air filter. Generally accessed through the glove compartment, its main purpose is to improve air quality inside the car. Most service manuals recommend replacing it annually. A car repair shop will charge you as much as $70. Don't waste the money—do it yourself. Just be sure to buy the right filter for your car's make and model.
This is how you do it! Complete instructions for replacing your cabin air filter.
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Cabin Air (and other) Filter Replacement

Cars are full of filters. Some are more important than others, but each represents an opportunity for you to save money by doing the replacement yourself. A great example is the cabin air filter. Generally accessed through the glove compartment, its main purpose is to improve air quality inside the car. Most service manuals recommend replacing it annually. A car repair shop will charge you as much as $70. Don't waste the money—do it yourself. Just be sure to buy the right filter for your car's make and model.

This is how you do it! Complete instructions for replacing your cabin air filter.

Buy it now on Amazon.

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