|12-06-2016 11:29 PM|
Honestly I couldn't tell a huge difference. Even though the stock plugs were out of spec on gap.
|12-06-2016 08:56 PM|
That reminded me -- I haven't changed my cabin filter since about 42K miles and I'm now at over 66K miles. I also need to check one of my fuses (F62) that's in the same area.
|12-05-2016 12:23 AM|
|Yanik||I buy my filter at amazon for $10-$14 (there is 1 right now for $9.20 + free shipping). It's quite tricky to get it in, but after a few changes you do all in 5 minutes. Am at my 5th one, at that price - why not change it every summer/winter?|
|12-04-2016 04:36 PM|
|12-04-2016 03:50 PM|
|JoshuaCurrie||I buy mine from my local auto parts store. Not really sure if Ford changes them during maintenance. Also they are located on the passenger side behind a door that has a torex screw. Also there is a lower dash piece that has to be removed with two push tabs holding the cover in place.|
|12-04-2016 03:42 PM|
Where's the cabin filter located? Does Ford change that when you take it in for maintenance? If not, where do you get a replacement filter?
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|12-04-2016 03:37 PM|
|JoshuaCurrie||I've changed my cabin air filter twice now. First time I changed mine it looked like yours and man did it make the car smell bad.|
|12-04-2016 03:30 PM|
Still under 15k miles on my 2014. No problems, DD in traffic, just gotta treat it right.
Also, I suggest you guys check your cabin air filter if you haven't. This is what mine looked like.
|12-04-2016 02:21 PM|
|JoshuaCurrie||My Focus just hit 80k today. In 20k mile my clutch warranty goes bye bye. :( Time to start shopping around for an aftermarket warranty. I'm needing to get another 60 to 70k miles out of my Focus.|
|11-20-2016 06:10 PM|
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