2001 - 2008 Chrysler Dodge Van Cabin Air Filter

100% New Replacement Cabin Air Filter - This Filter Is Located Under The Glove Box - Replacement Time Is No More Than 10 Minutes
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List Price: $29.78
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New Cabin Air Filter fits the following vehicles:

  • Chrysler Pacifica (2004 - 2006) - V6 3.5L GAS
  • Chrysler Pacifica (2005 - 2007) - V6 3.8L GAS
  • Chrysler Pacifica (2007) - V6 4L GAS
  • Chrysler Pacifica Limited (2006) - V6 3.5L GAS
  • Chrysler Pacifica Limited (2007) - V6 4L GAS
  • Chrysler Pacifica Touring (2006) - V6 3.5L GAS
  • Chrysler Pacifica Touring (2007) - V6 4L GAS
  • Chrysler Town & Country (2002 - 2003) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Chrysler Town & Country (2002 - 2007) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Chrysler Town & Country (2001 - 2005) - V6 3.8L GAS
  • Chrysler Town & Country Limited (2006 - 2007) - V6 3.8L GAS
  • Chrysler Town & Country LX (2001) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Chrysler Town & Country LX (2001) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Chrysler Town & Country LX (2006 - 2007) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Chrysler Town & Country LXI (2001) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Chrysler Town & Country LXI (2001) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Chrysler Town & Country LXI (2001) - V6 3.8L GAS
  • Chrysler Town & Country Touring (2006 - 2007) - V6 3.8L GAS
  • Chrysler Voyager (2001 - 2003) - L4 2.4L GAS
  • Chrysler Voyager (2001 - 2003) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Chrysler Voyager (2001 - 2003) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Chrysler Voyager LX (2001) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Chrysler Voyager LX (2001) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Caravan (2001 - 2003) - L4 2.4L GAS
  • Dodge Caravan (2001 - 2003) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Caravan (2005 - 2007) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Caravan (2001 - 2007) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Caravan SE (2004 - 2007) - L4 2.4L GAS
  • Dodge Caravan SE (2001 - 2004) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Caravan SE (2006 - 2007) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Caravan SE (2001 - 2003) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Caravan SE (2007) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Caravan Sport (2001) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Caravan SXT (2006) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan (2002 - 2003) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Grand Caravan (2005 - 2007) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Grand Caravan (2002 - 2007) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan (2001 - 2005) - V6 3.8L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan ES (2001) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Grand Caravan ES (2001) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan ES (2001) - V6 3.8L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan SE (2001) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Grand Caravan SE (2006 - 2007) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Grand Caravan SE (2001) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan SE (2006 - 2007) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan Sport (2001 - 2003) - V6 3.3L FLEX
  • Dodge Grand Caravan Sport (2001 - 2002) - V6 3.3L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan Sport (2001) - V6 3.8L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan Sport (2003) - V6 3.8L GAS
  • Dodge Grand Caravan SXT (2006 - 2007) - V6 3.8L GAS
Cabin Air Filters, not to be confused with engine air filters, are a relatively new, and largely unknown, enhancement to passenger comfort and health.  Sometimes called a dust or pollen filter, failure to maintain this filter can result in not just poor air quality in the vehicle, but also poor operation of the air conditioning and heating.  Because air entering the vehicle from the vents first passes through the Cabin Air Filter, a clogged or dirty filter can impede the flow of air.
 
Don't think yours will be dirty?  Refer to the location information above, find your filter, and take a look.  Does the air not seem to be blowing very hard from your vents?  Could be the filter.
 
Question:  What does a Cabin Air Filter do?
Answer:  The Cabin Air Filter eliminates nearly 100% of exhaust pollutants and reduces airborne contaminants that aggravate respiratory problems.  Plus, 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, and 20 million have asthma.  A reliable cabin air filter helps reduce airborne contaminants that aggravate these problems.
 
Question:  Wouldn't closing the windows and turning on air circulation provide clean air?
Answer: Not necessarily, as 'tunnel effect' of vehicle traffic can cause the air inside the vehicle to be SIX TIMES dirtier than the air outside!
 
Question:  How often should I replace my Cabin Air Filter?
Answer:  Every 12 months or 12,000 miles to enable peak efficiency of air conditioning / heating systems.  Frequency of replacement may increase depending on operating conditions and local air quality.
ACDelco: CF146
Autopart International: 5005-28659
Airqualitee: AQ1049
ATP: CF-70, TA-1
Bosch: C3872
Champion: CAF7749
Chrysler / Dodge / Mopar: 82205905
Denso: 454-2006
Firestone: CAF7749
Fram: CF9597
GK Industries: CF1038
Hastings: AF1203
Micronair: CY01147C
Mobil: CAF7749
Omega: 98-01038
Purolator: C35494
Quaker State: PC-49
Shell: C35494P
Valvoline: E1AC1010, E1AC2010
Warner: WCAF7749
Wix: 24864