AirSept Segmented Cabin Air Filter bends for easy installation

Nov. 6, 2014
The AirSept air filter fits all 2001 to 2013 GM full-size pickups and SUVs.

From 2001 to 2013, many GM full-size pickups and SUVs were designed without factory-installed cabin air filters. GM designed a space for a cabin air filter, but left it empty. This is, in party, due to the fact that the filter access is partially blocked by the slope of the floor where it angles to accommodate the top of the transmission. This inability to access makes it difficult to install traditional rigid cabin air filters in these GM trucks. 

AirSept has released the Segmented Cabin Air Filter that temporarily bends as it is inserted. The filter bends like an upside-down overhead garage door. Bending allows insertion without damaging the filter.

AirSept’s Segmented Cabin Air Filter straightens as it enters the filter cavity, and once fully inserted, the Segmented Cabin Air Filter presents a flat face to the evaporator for maximum filtration and air flow. The straight frame ensures full coverage of the opening, plus filter stability and durability.

To insert, users can remove the kick plate under the glove box on the passenger side of the vehicle and cut out the thin plastic cover over the cabin air filter cavity. The AirSept Segmented Cabin Air Filter can then be inserted into the opening. Once complete, the cover plate can be inserted and the kick plate can be screwed into place. 

AirSept’s Segmented Cabin Air Filter is available in standard and carbon-activated versions.

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