TYC 800003P Honda Replacement Cabin Air Filter – Discount Auto Parts

TYC 800003P Honda Replacement Cabin Air Filter

  • OE-comparable configuration as either Particle filter (single-stage) or Combination filter (with additional carbon layer to remove odor)
  • Easy to install onto most vehicles within 7 minutes; installation instruction included with each unit
  • Eliminates nearly 100% of exhaust pollutants and airborne contaminants
  • Enables peak operating efficiency of the vehicle’s heating/air conditioning system
  • Provides clean air for you and your passengers; recommended replacement interval: every 12,000 miles

Pollen, allergens, various fuel-based contaminants from the outside road environment all pass into and are filtered by your vehicle’s Cabin Air Filter, or CAF. A TYC CAF is designed to have the same or better filtration efficiency as the original equipment filter: its identical dust load capacity ensures the same amount of particulate-collecting power, while factory-correct level of pressure drop ensures proper air flow through the vehicle’s cabin. Each TYC CAF also comes with step-by-step installation instructions for ease of replacement.
Price: $ 6.90

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  1. Alganis "Mr. Picky" says:
    87 of 94 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    shrinks over time, April 8, 2013
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    Alganis “Mr. Picky” (West Chester, PA) –

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    This review is from: TYC 800003P Honda Replacement Cabin Air Filter (Automotive)
    I did not want to write a review about this product. But I found most reviews here are based on comparison with the dealer price.

    I could not find any review that compare this filter to other after market or original filter sold off the dealership. Most reviewers are happy because it fits and it is cheaper than the dealer.

    OK , here my opinion:

    This product is made to filter the outside air coming into the passenger cabin.

    This is a cheap paper filter that shrinks over time due to temperature and humidity fluctuation.

    when it shrinks like an accordion (Musical instrument), gaps created on both sides causing unfiltered air to bypass.

    the only good thing about it that it is white in color and turn grey after few months indicating the time to get a new one.

    I used to buy “FRAM Arm and Hammer” but they come in grey color and hard to tell when to replace them. But I’m going back to FRAM Arm and Hammer as they are rigid and never shrink.

    If you find my review helpful, Please vote.

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  2. M. J. Mccaffrey "Matt OneLANE" says:
    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    On my vehicle this filter was “dirt easy” to replace, April 18, 2011
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    M. J. Mccaffrey “Matt OneLANE” (Conn., United States) –

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    This review is from: TYC 800003P Honda Replacement Cabin Air Filter (Automotive)
    My 2010 Honda Ridgeline is one of several Honda vehicles that has a very accessible cabin air filter. (On my vehicle the glove compartment unhinges and drops down, the old filter slides out, and the new one slides in.) This air filter fits like the OEM filter installed at the factory. In 10 minutes, I had cleared out the large leaves and smaller particulates sucked up by the old filter in my first 17,000 miles, installed the new TYC filter, and buttoned everything up again. The difference in air flow was quite noticeable.

    Something else I noticed was that my wallet was still full. The price of the filter from Amazon.com was approximately 10 percent of what my local Honda dealer would charge to install one at the shop. I could buy a lifetime supply of this item for the cost of one dealer change!

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