When your Pontiac Grand Prix was born, it was destined for a person with discerning taste who wants an American name in their automobile. Pontiac automobile enthusiasts have come to expect a certain level of dependability when driving their Grand Prix around town. Make no mistake, you didn't buy your Grand Prix unless you wanted to buy performance and great value both rolled up into one automobile. Your Pontiac dealership isn't the only place to buy trusted replacement parts for your Grand Prix.
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. Once only standard equipment in luxury vehicles and European imports, cabin air filters can be found today in vehicles like your Pontiac Grand Prix. Based on the same style and construction as the intake air filter, the cabin air filter removes both particulates and odors. Since your heater blower fan is installed right on the firewall, the most ideal place for the cabin air filter in your car or truck to be located is in the back of the glove box. Changing your Pontiac Grand Prix cabin air filter is easy, and only takes a few minutes.
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Vehicle Install Locations: Suction
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.