Originally Posted by SCMomentum
Thanks Phil...much appreciated.
A tad more expensive, but seems to handle "odoriferous neighborhoods" better, is the
FRAM CF11183 Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter
Available at Amazon and some parts stores.
Perfect shove-in replacement.
I change yearly, but I live in an area with a lot of turkey farms, pig farms, cattle ranches, horse ranches, buffalo ranches, antelope ranches, and wandering skunks, where except for the last, the air very frequently "smells like money"
If you change it yourself, be sure to warm up the sides of the glove box to undo the stops, and also use a hair dryer or similar on the latch on the filter door cover on the left, as in colder temps it may snap and leave a whistle from leaking air. Luckily it is cheap and readily available.