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Old 03-14-2005, 03:32 PM   #11
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its kinda good to have the allergy'* cuz when i feel like crap in the car.. i know its time to change my oil and filter cuz its about 4k when i notice a difference in the air..
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its kinda good to have the allergy'* cuz when i feel like crap in the car.. i know its time to change my oil and filter cuz its about 4k when i notice a difference in the air..
LOL Thats a positive way to look at it!
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Is it possible to custom make or install a cabin filter in the 92-99 trims?
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Old 03-14-2005, 09:04 PM   #14
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I've been using the Fram CF8804 cabin air filters, they seem to be excellent. They come with support frames & retainer clips also. Auto Barn.com has them priced at $31.46 per unit. What is the GM cost again in U.*. dollars?
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GM'* is $32.36 plus shipping via gmpartsdirect.com.

Fram sounds like the way to go. As long as you can find it and get it. I didn't ever look at the autobarn.com.
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Done! You have to hold your tongue right to get the right side to clear. It popped in after a little persuasion.

Anyhow, don't need the retainer clip. In fact, without the retainer clip and using a small tie strap, you are able to push the filter a little more down into the hole. Seems like it would seal it off better.

I HAVE PICS. Reply or PM me and I'll send them. Wish this forum could host photo'*.. Oh well.
could you send me some pics on how your holding down the filter, its just in there and pictures would be helpful thanks, email is [email protected]
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You got mail..

Mods and Admins.. Give us room to attach pics!
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yeah thanks i just wrote you back, i thought you used the tiewraps to hold down the airfilter, i dont have the side clips or the end clips, i just bought the filter, oh well ill think of something, i wonder how much the dealership would charge for just the clips, if they even have them anymore
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Wrote you back.. You really do need the entire assembly.. The $30 version.. NOt the $15 filter only version.
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Wrote you back.. You really do need the entire assembly.. The $30 version.. NOt the $15 filter only version.
yeah i bought the $15 version, maybe ill bring it back for the one with the clips, thanks
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