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FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filters EXPIRED

Randy71 3,337 37,052 September 11, 2016 at 03:09 AM in Auto Parts & Supplies (5) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 09-11-2016 by longmanj9 at 09:16 AM View Original Post
Amazon has great prices on FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filters when you 'clip' the $2 coupon and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free while subscribe & Save is available. Thanks Randy71

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  • Click here to find out which cabin air filter fits in your car. Under "Product Catergories," check Cabin Air Filters and Enter your car info.
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Edited September 11, 2016 at 07:17 AM by TattyBear
Amazon has a $2 coupon off Fram Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter
https://www.amazon.com/gp/coupon/...WX9VK7NMTG

Visit this link to find out which cabin air filter fits in your car. Under "Product Catergories," check Cabin Air Filters. Enter your car info.
http://www.framcatalog.com/Application.aspx?b=F

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Last Edited by tcope September 11, 2016 at 10:48 AM
Much better way to check for the Fram part number to use for your vehicle:

http://www.framfreshbreeze.com/Index.aspx

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Fresh Breeze. It's baking soda and charcoal, no smell.



This isn't Febreze. Maybe they should change the name since people jump to conclusions.



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You could not be more incorrect. Once you install one of these and change it a year later, you will never again question the wisdom of installing one.
GatorJ 7
Sad thing is that most people don't know these exist, therefore, theirs never gets changed.

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Crap. Why does my car need CF10554?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...automotive

$33.85 Frown
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Sad thing is that most people don't know these exist, therefore, theirs never gets changed.
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After buying/driving my car for 4 years I thought maybe I should replace the cabin air filter. Went to Walmart, picked up my CF10140 for only $22.xx [with tax]. And discovered my car didn't even have a cabin air filter installed LMAO.
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Quote from Ferrariman812 View Post :
After buying/driving my car for 4 years I thought maybe I should replace the cabin air filter. Went to Walmart, picked up my CF10140 for only $22.xx [with tax]. And discovered my car didn't even have a cabin air filter installed LMAO.
Then why did you buy CF10140?
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Then why did you buy CF10140?
cause it's the one for my car but the last owner was dicking around and removed it without putting a new one in
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Then why did you buy CF10140?
Because many vehicles have provisions for CAFs, but they were not originally installed by the manufacturer.
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Good price i pay ~$5-6 for generic on e-y that look exactly like oem. Can't buy now Frown
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#11
application link not accurate.
i click :
cabin filter
pass car/light truck
2016
only options that populate are ford truck and hyundai truck

i know they make one for my car, walmalt has it.


filter is cheaper at autozone.
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Last edited by long_time_lurke September 11, 2016 at 06:30 AM.
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A lot of people don't want to smell Febreze in their car though.
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#13
Good prices over in store if your filter is on this list - some other filters the generic filter will be much cheaper. Replaced my cabin filter after 30k miles and it was caked up with pollen which explained the air conditioner's sweet smell.
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#14
Unless you get lucky and the one you need is around $5 for this deal, autozone is probably cheaper. I hate the smell of fabreze, so this isn't for me anyway.
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Thanks OP.
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