|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.8 x 0.8 x 8.9 inches|
|Item model number||CF10139|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CF10139|
|OEM Part Number||CF10139|
FRAM FCF10139 Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter with Arm & Hammer
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- Filters up to 98% of dust, pollen, and other contaminants
- Arm & Hammer baking soda combined with carbon cleans the outside air flowing through the ventilation system
- Provides more air flow for improved performance and helps prevent musty odors from forming inside the vehicle
- Keeps damaging particles from entering the engine and causing increased engine wear
- Installation instructions are included in every box, along with QR codes to installation videos
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FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filters can keep up to 98% of road dust and pollen particles from entering your vehicle to improve your driving comfort. Plus, it’s the only cabin air filter with Arm & Hammer baking soda and activated carbon embedded in the filter media that can help remove odors flowing through the vehicle ventilation system.
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With Carbon and Baking Soda
Fresh Breeze cabin air filters are made with a special media that includes carbon and Arm & Hammer baking soda to adsorb odors that may enter through vehicle ventilation systems. In most cases the filter that was in your car may not have carbon or baking soda and do not reduce any odors.
Actual Used Cabin Air Filter
The air inside your vehicle can be up to 6X's dirtier than the air outside. The filter gets dirtier the air entering your vent system could become restricted. In general, a cabin air filter should be changed every 15,000 miles or every year but the service interval can vary depending on your driving habits.
For Health and Comfort
FRAM Fresh Breeze cabin air filters remove up to 98%* of dirt, dust and air-borne allergens from the outside air passing through your car's air conditioning, heating, and ventilation systems. This dramatically reduces passenger exposure and improves overall driving comfort.
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This filter isn't only to protect the quality of the air you breathe, it also protects the HVAC system from contaminants (like the leaves and twigs I mentioned above,) and it's important to replace it as necessary. My mechanic told me he has had to do expensive repairs on HVAC systems in cars belonging to people who didn't replace this filter when it needed to be replaced. Like any filter, of course, frequency of replacement will depend on the environment in which the car is used; mine is parked under a tree, and it's impossible to keep leaves and twigs out of its nooks and crannies.
By the way, it's really simple to replace this yourself. There's a great video on YouTube, and this filter comes with a larger version of the illustrated instructions in the Scion tC owner's manual. A Google search will also provide you with all the information you need.
There is only one thing I require for a cabin air filter, and that's the absence of cow dung particulate when traveling along the Central California section of I-5 when it's 110 degrees and hasn't rained in four months.
From personal experience, this filter delivers the goods at a great price. It fits the carrier tray perfectly, just make sure you lock the filter's lip into all the tray's plastic snaps. It'll click, so it doesn't require much brain power.
However when looking for a replacement filter i noticed Fram fresh breeze. I was in love with the concept of baking soda and carbon lining in the filter medium. I couldn't be happier with the result. I get clean smelling air outside, even during traffic hour, and as far as i can tell it traps just as much dirt as the OEM filter media.
The filter is significantly heavier than the OE filter which is to be expected from the carbon and the baking soda, and because of its rigidness, take care not to bend or force the filter inside the slot because there is a risk of breakage. your filter can burst at the seams, letting out its contents if not handled with care.
I'm am not sure how long the fresh air effect will last because the capacity of the filter wont allow large amount of carbon and baking soda
with those considerations, I think its the best investment i made changing to fram fresh breeze.
Car:2006 scion tc
Ownership: about 1 month and still smells good
I asked around to see if there was a filter for the cabin air or air conditioning. Well there was. I was told that it was behind the Jock Box (glove box). Well, I looked and these was a place for a filter but Toyota "forgot" to install one.
After comparing features and seeing that Fram made this neat filter with activated charcoal and baking soda I ordered one.
When it came I took out the Jock Box by squeezing the sides in a little and installed the new filter in the tray.
W0W, did this filter make a difference. Hardly any dust inside the car now and the air from the conditioner is great even behind a bus in traffic.
The cool part is that Amazon offers a subscription to this filter. They will ship a new one every four months. Now I don't have to even remember to change the filter. I just get a new one in the mail.
Fram is a good brand that I have used for years on trucks to race cars.
I have to say this this is an excellent air filter. The charcoal and baking soda embedded in the filter is quickly removing the musty smell from my air vents.
Compared to other air filters this one feels much more substantial. Most filters are an accordion folded cotton filter very similar to your standard coffee filter banded in a cardboard or plastic frame. Basically cheaply made and often overpriced. The multiple layers of this Fram cabin air filter make the filter much sturdier and with multiple layers of cotton filter, plus the layers of enclosed charcoal it is much likelier to catch small particulate pollutants.
Overall a good filter at a good price. I just wish locals stores carried it so I didn't have to pay S/H.