You bought your C63 AMG because its a reputation for strength and European styling appealed to your senses; so why would you be okay with second rate when it comes to the highest quality auto parts? It's not a regular occurrence that you discover you need a replacement Cabin Air Filters to repair your car or truck. While it may not be difficult to buy replacement parts for Mercedes-Benz vehicles, these days only the highest quality are required to fix your car or truck. Make no mistake, you bought your C63 AMG because you knew that you wanted long-lasting quality and dependability both impeccably combined into one car, truck, or SUV.
Most cars and trucks today are equipped, thankfully, with a part that cleans the hot and/or cold air from your climate control system prior to entering your car's interior. Before the 1990s, the cabin air filter was used mostly in luxury vehicles' but now your Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG has one. Based on the same style and construction as the intake air filter, the cabin air filter is made of a paper or fiber element that removes dust and other debris and can be optionally charcoal-impregnated to eliminate odor. The best location for the cabin air filter in your vehicle is behind the glove compartment, as your heater blower motor sits right there on the firewall. Changing your Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG cabin air filter is easy, and only takes a few minutes.
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ATP Replacement Cabin Filters keep particles where they belong, outside. A static electrical charge has been applied to the filter media. This captures particles like pollen and dust spores so that they don't enter the passenger compartment.