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Old 05-11-2006, 12:05 PM   #21
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According to my parts catalog....they were factory installed 00-02, "dealer installed option" for 03-05...

After going through several of the 25654414'*, and 1 Fram... they started to reek mustyness after 2 or 3 months...the Cadillac filter (25689297), as I posted earlier...eliminates all that, so far 3 months...no "mustyness"! :P
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I've not had any mustiness in mine on an 03! I've changed it once per year.
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I've not had any mustiness in mine on an 03! I've changed it once per year.

It must be my damp garage...that & I only usually drive my car a few weekends during the month...

Whatever the case...the carbon one doesn't attract the smell...
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Where did you order the caddy one from?
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I've not had any mustiness in mine on an 03! I've changed it once per year.

It must be my damp garage...that & I only usually drive my car a few weekends during the month...

Whatever the case...the carbon one doesn't attract the smell...
You might try leaving a window open slightly for some air flow to move through the car when it'* sitting parked inside the garage. I do that in the summer because of the damp moist smell from the air conditioning moisture.
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make sure you get the good one that fits down in, not the cheap one available at most parts stores, heres the original thread with pics and part numbers
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=48739
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oops! the "Good filter" photo is gone in that thread because the member that posted was banned for well.... being an *** . So I dug it out of my cache... AC Delco # CF136

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I've not had any mustiness in mine on an 03! I've changed it once per year.

It must be my damp garage...that & I only usually drive my car a few weekends during the month...

Whatever the case...the carbon one doesn't attract the smell...
You might try leaving a window open slightly for some air flow to move through the car when it'* sitting parked inside the garage. I do that in the summer because of the damp moist smell from the air conditioning moisture.
I usually run the heat for about 10 minutes before parking the car for an extended time frame...

I don't leave the windows open...as I lock the car up due to security reasons...

Anyways...I work for a GM dealer, so that'* where I bought mine!!!
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I guess I got this one, I bid and forgot about it.Is yhis one any good
http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...m=200000252551
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