The average cost for a Cabin Air Filter Replacement is between $78 and $96. Labor costs are estimated between $44 and $56 while parts are priced between $34 and $40. Get a personalized estimate based on your location and specific car. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.
Cabin Air Filter Replacement Cost for Jeep Cherokee
Cabin Air Filter Replacement Estimate (National Average)
The cabin air filter prevents pollen and dirt from entering the passenger compartment and should be replaced every year or every 10–15,000 miles.
The cabin air filter may also be referred to as a pollen filter, micro filter, or an air conditioning filter.
Some cabin filters include activated charcoal to help eliminate unwanted odors and cut down on the exhaust pollutants that enter through the climate control system. These types of filters also tend to be more expensive than regular filters.
Musty and moldy odors can often be resolved by replacing the cabin air filter.
Why Should It Be Serviced?
A dirty cabin air filter may affect heater and AC performance, so it's important to have it serviced. If you don't, you may experience one or more of these symptoms:
- Poor air flow from HVAC system
- Odors from HVAC system
When Should It Be Serviced?
- We recommend replacing the cabin air filter every 12,000 to 15,000 miles. Having it serviced at these intervals will help reduce the chance of any related concerns. Not all vehicles are equipped with a cabin air filter, please consult you owners manual for specific information and their recommend replacement interval.
How It's Done
Depending on the model, various components may need to be removed to access the cabin air filter. Once access is gained, the technician will remove the old filter, clean the surrounding area, and install the new filter.