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Post  Anders on Mon Jun 16, 2008 9:36 pm

Hi Bros & sis,

just wanted to let u guys know that our aircon filter must be changed very freq. I sent my car for 20k service and my workshop took out the filter and really damn dirty. i believe its the opening n closing of the air vent that cause it to turn dirty fast. For those going 20k soon do check the filter. btw i changed my for $45.
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Post  TypeR on Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:35 pm

Anders wrote:Hi Bros & sis,

just wanted to let u guys know that our aircon filter must be changed very freq. I sent my car for 20k service and my workshop took out the filter and really damn dirty. i believe its the opening n closing of the air vent that cause it to turn dirty fast. For those going 20k soon do check the filter. btw i changed my for $45.

can DIY to chg? any other aircn filters like carriefresh etc...suitable? Suspect
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Post  Anders on Tue Jun 17, 2008 11:23 pm

TypeR wrote:
Anders wrote:Hi Bros & sis,

just wanted to let u guys know that our aircon filter must be changed very freq. I sent my car for 20k service and my workshop took out the filter and really damn dirty. i believe its the opening n closing of the air vent that cause it to turn dirty fast. For those going 20k soon do check the filter. btw i changed my for $45.

can DIY to chg? any other aircn filters like carriefresh etc...suitable? Suspect

Diy is possible but quite tedious cos its at the bottom of driver side. Need to bend body. carriefresh has our size liao cos i pass mine to them for dimension to be taken.
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Post  TypeR on Wed Jun 18, 2008 2:56 pm

Anders wrote:
Diy is possible but quite tedious cos its at the bottom of driver side. Need to bend body. carriefresh has our size liao cos i pass mine to them for dimension to be taken.

carriefresh already got bravo's filter on market now? where to buy? Wink

btw, bend body not an issue...i always try to DIY my stuffs if possible.
my last few cars, i've DIY ATF cooler and HID; these 2 most 'siong'... lol!
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Post  Anders on Wed Jun 18, 2008 11:12 pm

TypeR wrote:
Anders wrote:
Diy is possible but quite tedious cos its at the bottom of driver side. Need to bend body. carriefresh has our size liao cos i pass mine to them for dimension to be taken.

carriefresh already got bravo's filter on market now? where to buy? Wink

btw, bend body not an issue...i always try to DIY my stuffs if possible.
my last few cars, i've DIY ATF cooler and HID; these 2 most 'siong'... lol!

i got it thru my workshop (AD= auto dynamic).
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