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Discussion in 'Kia Stinger Interior Discussion' started by Deisic, Oct 18, 2018.
What year was your last car?
Not seen anything to confirm yet, but is this filter behind the glove box like mos other Kias?
That’s where it is for most vehicles, may have to check the manual
My previous cars were in the engine bay under the windscreen wipers
Most are behind the glove box, as is the case with the Stinger, but some are not - my daughters challenger has an access panel in front of the windshield under the back edge of the hood. My '03 F150 didn't come with a filter but does have the same filter box that the high end SUVs used, so I cut my own access flap and run a filter.
"Carbon" is a gimmick, it's not absorbing any odor after being used for a few hours - if at all. Any odor-absorbing media would need to have a ton more material to be effective for hundreds of hours of use - take a look at media for quality indoor air purifiers.
I see the same filter is used for
Genesis G80/90. Lots more options in Amazon search for that , I wonder if they will actually have any fitting issue when used in Stinger.
2006 dodge hemi......only filter was for the motor.......
Did anyone fit one of those filters in the stinger yet?
How is your filter holding up? I am looking to get this since the DIY one ends up costing a bit more and the OEM is $48 CAD
Dealership tried to sneak in the filter for a measly $100. OEM filters are about $26 on fleabay from KIA dealers and ~$10 for no names. The way I see it if you chnage filters and use the non OEM every 4 months I'm still winning
Premium Guard PC6067 for $4.50 on Rockauto will fit the Stinger. I bought 10 of them for the cost of two OEM ones.
Crap, I just bought this from Amazon for ~$16. Thanks for the lead, I'm getting 5.