It’s that time of year…. when leaves and flowers start falling and wreaking havoc on our cabin air filters. When you use your air conditioning, condensation builds up. If your cabin air filter is dirty it can sometimes cause your air conditioning to smell musky or moldy.

Replacing your cabin air filter should be a part of your routine vehicle maintenance. It’s a good idea to check it occasionally and remove any large debris.

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