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Old 05-15-2011, 06:34 PM
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Cooled seats..Filter..Anyone changed yet?

I understand there is a filter on the cooler of the cooled seats. How often and when should you change it? I also assume there is one for each seat.

Also, I do feel the seats getting cooler a little towards the back<shirt area> not just the seat <pants>....How far up does it go? Or at all?

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check your manual on page 159.
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I was wondering the same on the filters. I was thinking about pulling one out and seeing if they can be cleaned (foam) or are they paper and need to be replaced.
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Whoa, I really need to to read the manual. I had no idea about the filter.
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Whoa, I really need to to read the manual. I had no idea about the filter.
X2... I had no idea. Gonna read it too. I hardly ever use mine but I'm sure I will when it reaches over 100 degrees here.
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X3. Time to get my manual out as well!
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X4 guess I'll have some reading to do! Lol
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Looks like it needs to be checked and/or changed every 15,000 miles.
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I would believe that the filters would need to be changed when the air flow diminishes somewhat.
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Whoa, I really need to to read the manual. I had no idea about the filter.
Don't feel bad, I read the manual and don't remember anything about the seat filters. Do in-cabin filters really need to be changed? I have never done it on any of my vehicles and never a noticed a difference.
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I dont think we have a cabin filter but I could be wrong,im gonna check my seat filters today also as I didnt know they even had one either.


I know my Engine Air Filter was nasty,I gotta order me a new one.
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I dont think we have a cabin filter but I could be wrong,im gonna check my seat filters today also as I didnt know they even had one either.


I know my Engine Air Filter was nasty,I gotta order me a new one.
If you got the cooled seats, you got them (I think the cabin filter and seat filters may be the same). I took a look under my seat and found this. Based on where it is (center rear of the seat bottom), it will collect dust. Mine looks clean:



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Looks like maybe they can be taken off and vacuumed clean. Bet the dealer gets plenty $$$ to service em
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