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I was offered a special by the dealer to change my rear Cabin air filter for $59 instead of $69. So I asked where it was. no one seemed to know. Have any of you found your rear cabin air filter on the 2015 Enclaves?
 

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There is no rear cabin air filter on the 1st gens.
 

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none on Traverse,Acadia, Enclave, Outlook.
In fact- some dont even have a FRONT.
Depending on model/yr
Some had nothing,
Some had a screen- no filter
other had a filter.
 
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mine has a front filter behind glove box and I changed it. But the dealer says I have two filters one in rear?
 

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So what is the $59 for?
 

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Never heard of a rear cabin air filter, and I sell parts.
 

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Next time I'm in I'm going to ask them to show me! Should be fun!
 

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Next time I'm in I'm going to ask them to show me! Should be fun!
I would like to know their answer. BC there ISN'T ONE.
 

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I don't think that it worth to waste money on standard air filters because they are almost useless and too weak they can't deal with the high rate of pollution in the cities and towns after reading a post on Damage Control I found out about the ozone air filters and I am sure that in future the air filters will be replaced with ozone ones because they are much better and stronger. I know that the ozone filters have a lot of nuances but they are stronger and I think that it's the most important part. What's your opinion does it worth buying one or not?
 

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That's why the forum is here.
 
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