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07-14 No Cabin Air Filter - is this correct?

Discussion in 'Interior' started by GreyStone, Mar 19, 2020.

  1. GreyStone

    GreyStone Full Access Member

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    Is that info correct that the 07-14 Tahoe's do not come with Cabin Air Filters?
     
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    Yep!
     
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    Noooo! ~ That was supposed to be my coronavirus filter...Damn GM!
     
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    915_Tahoe Your GM Parts Specialist

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    you can do the retro fit and add the cabin door and filter. autozone carry's it.
     
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    Yes this. You can find the kit (its a cover and a filter) many places. I got one on Amazon. It took about 30 mins to install. The challenge is finding the right combination of tools to cut the plastic out.
    I realized I needed this when sitting at a stoplight with my windows up, smelling cigarette smoke in my vents from the next car over. I opted for the carbon filter, which also helped with the slightly dank smell in my vents.
     
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    sumo dn ʇǝƃ ʇuɐɔ & llǝɟ ı

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    Meh, most people neglect to change
    Those filters anyways. They make nice place for mice to make nests and then customers wonder why it smells like death when a mouse falls into the blower and gets centrifuged
     
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    thanks guys.
     
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    I added it.. I'm ocd about maint, so I'll change it couple times per year.
    It was a PIA to cut the plastic out without screwing up and cutting too much
    or cutting off my fingers with the razor knife...
    I'm also pretty big, so getting up in there was difficult.. Apparently, there
    is more room to work on the pickups, so it's easier
    I'm glad i did it though. I like being able to filter out the "crap"
     
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    Does anyone know where the HVAC system actually draws the outside air in from? --What area of the truck.
     
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