About Us
We have more than 15 years of experiences in Automobiles Cabin Filtration Industries. We sell over 350 types of cabin filters for different car and truck models, which capture about 90% of vehicle models on the road in Malaysia. More than 200,000 pieces of cabin filter are available in our warehouse, this facilitates fast and satisfactory delivery to our customers. With the annual sales volume of 150,000 pieces of cabin filters, ongoing effort in improving products quality is always our company motto.  

Our Mission

“Everyone can breathe cleanest possible air with most reasonable price.”

To supply high quality automotive cabin filters to the do-it-yourself consumer, support them with the installation guidelines and help them to save cost.

What is Cabin Filter?

The cabin air filter, a feature found on most late-model vehicles, cleans the air that comes into the interior through the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. It catches dust, pollen and other airborne material that can make riding in a car unpleasant, particularly if you have allergies or other respiratory problems. Recommendations on when it should be replaced vary by manufacturer —  every 15,000 or 20,000 km — and how often can depend on how much you drive and where. Check the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual.

Some signs that you need a new cabin air filter are reduced air flow through your HVAC system, such as when you crank up the fan too high and you get more noise than results. Another is persistent bad odors. Even if you don't have these warnings, you should have the filter checked at least once a year, and you may be able to do that yourself. Many cabin air filters are located behind the glove box and are easily accessible by freeing the glove box from its fasteners (instructions should be in the owner's manual). Others are located under the dashboard and may not be easy to reach, or under the hood where fresh air enters the HVAC system. Some of these filters are expensive, as in RM100 or more at dealerships, so you could save money by buying a replacement at a parts store and doing it yourself.

If a dealership service department or repair shop recommends you get a new cabin air filter, ask to see the current one. Depending on how long the filter has been in service, you might be shocked at what you see: leaves, twigs, insects, soot and grime that literally cover the entire surface that comes in contact with incoming air. You'll know it's time for a new cabin air filter.

When ordering

Please check Cabin Filter dimensions before ordering (if possible) as filters sizes vary on certain models, if in any doubt please feel free to contact us.
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