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Old 04-12-2006, 04:02 PM
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My Fram cabin filter came today. The filter has a plastic housing. It has foam tape to give it a good sale to the car body to seal out dust. It has plastic spring clips that hold it in the proper position and one of those spring clips has a pin on it that snaps into a hole in the cars metal to hold it into position. Nothing else was needed, just the filter. It slipped right into place and will be very easy to remove for replacement.

My car did not come with a filter, so it was nice to get everything I needed in one package.
I think thats the one I have too
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Originally Posted by markwb
Fram'* come with bracket. The GM part # 25654414 filter comes w/o bracket.
rcci, glad to hear you installed the new Fram filter. Next time around you can order the one from GMPartsDirect for $16.24 if you want, remove the old Fram filter element only (leaving support housing in place) then replace with new. It'* a little cheaper that way, but it'* whatever you prefer is bottom line.
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That is good information. I wouldn't have thought that they would interchange but it is good to know that they do.
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Filter #25689297 (ACD#CF118C... used in Devilles) also works for a replacement...

It is carbon impregnated for odor as well as just particle filtration, unlike the #25654414, which is only particle filtration. I've noticed the Fram & GM #25654414 will tend to get a musty smell after a few months as well, not the case with the CF118C as I've experienced...
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I wonder why they stopped putting them in. I remember talking about this with GXP shortly after I replaced mine. At any rate...glad it worked out for you.
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Originally Posted by singscountry1967
I wonder why they stopped putting them in. I remember talking about this with GXP shortly after I replaced mine. At any rate...glad it worked out for you.
its is an option, tracy.
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where is the cabin filter located on my car?
after 10 years I am almost scared to look,,,,
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In a 96, the only cabin filtration is your nose hair. Don't feel left out though 00 was the first year... all the rest of us have nose hair.

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Originally Posted by BillBoost37
In a 96, the only cabin filtration is your nose hair. Don't feel left out though 00 was the first year... all the rest of us have nose hair.

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after seeing how dirty some of the cabin filters are on here, I guess i will stop trimming
them and go for some protection
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