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FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter

FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter

FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
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Features

  • Filters up to 98% of dust, pollen, and other contaminants
  • Arm & Hammer baking soda combined with carbon cleans the outside air flowing through the ventilation system
  • Provides more air flow for improved performance and helps prevent musty odors from forming inside the vehicle
  • Keeps damaging particles from entering the engine and causing increased engine wear
  • Installation instructions are included in every box, along with QR codes to installation videos
  • Fit type: Vehicle Specific

Description

FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filters can keep up to 98% of road dust and pollen particles from entering your vehicle to improve your driving comfort. Plus, it’s the only cabin air filter with Arm & Hammer baking soda and activated carbon embedded in the filter media that can help remove odors flowing through the vehicle ventilation system.


Manufacturer FRAM


Brand Fram


Model FRAM Fresh Breeze - Cabin Air Filter


Item Weight 7.2 ounces


Product Dimensions 10 x 2 x 10 inches


Item model number CF10134


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Exterior Smooth


Manufacturer Part Number CF10134


OEM Part Number CF10134


Folding No


Cover Included Cabin Air Filter


ASIN B0010E00T6


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 4,110 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #202 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #6 in Automotive Replacement Passenger Compartment Air Filters #6 in Automotive Replacement Air Conditioning Products


Date First Available October 10, 2007


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Features

  • Filters up to 98% of dust, pollen, and other contaminants
  • Arm & Hammer baking soda combined with carbon cleans the outside air flowing through the ventilation system
  • Provides more air flow for improved performance and helps prevent musty odors from forming inside the vehicle
  • Keeps damaging particles from entering the engine and causing increased engine wear
  • Installation instructions are included in every box, along with QR codes to installation videos
  • Fit type: Vehicle Specific

Description

FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filters can keep up to 98% of road dust and pollen particles from entering your vehicle to improve your driving comfort. Plus, it’s the only cabin air filter with Arm & Hammer baking soda and activated carbon embedded in the filter media that can help remove odors flowing through the vehicle ventilation system.


Manufacturer FRAM


Brand Fram


Model FRAM Fresh Breeze - Cabin Air Filter


Item Weight 7.2 ounces


Product Dimensions 10 x 2 x 10 inches


Item model number CF10134


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Exterior Smooth


Manufacturer Part Number CF10134


OEM Part Number CF10134


Folding No


Cover Included Cabin Air Filter


ASIN B0010E00T6


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 4,110 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #202 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #6 in Automotive Replacement Passenger Compartment Air Filters #6 in Automotive Replacement Air Conditioning Products


Date First Available October 10, 2007


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Filters up to 98% of dust, pollen, and other contaminants
  • Arm & Hammer baking soda combined with carbon cleans the outside air flowing through the ventilation system
  • Provides more air flow for improved performance and helps prevent musty odors from forming inside the vehicle
  • Keeps damaging particles from entering the engine and causing increased engine wear
  • Installation instructions are included in every box, along with QR codes to installation videos
  • Fit type: Vehicle Specific

Description

FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filters can keep up to 98% of road dust and pollen particles from entering your vehicle to improve your driving comfort. Plus, it’s the only cabin air filter with Arm & Hammer baking soda and activated carbon embedded in the filter media that can help remove odors flowing through the vehicle ventilation system.


Manufacturer FRAM


Brand Fram


Model FRAM Fresh Breeze - Cabin Air Filter


Item Weight 7.2 ounces


Product Dimensions 10 x 2 x 10 inches


Item model number CF10134


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Exterior Smooth


Manufacturer Part Number CF10134


OEM Part Number CF10134


Folding No


Cover Included Cabin Air Filter


ASIN B0010E00T6


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 4,110 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #202 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #6 in Automotive Replacement Passenger Compartment Air Filters #6 in Automotive Replacement Air Conditioning Products


Date First Available October 10, 2007


abunda_amazon_reviews UPDATE: September 19, 2017 - At the time I ordered these, April 2017, they were selling a 2-pack for the same price as a single filter is being sold for today. So the price isn't as low now as it was when I bought mine. But the filter is still a good one. Just not the great deal anymore. This is a review of the FRAM CF10134 Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter. I was amazed to discover that WalMart was selling this exact same filter for nearly $16 so I ordered two of them from Amazon and saved a bunch of money. This was installed into my 2012 Honda CRV. Installation is very easy as my video shows. It will only take you 5 minutes or less to do this and no tools are required. Here is how to replace the filter in a 2012 Honda CRV. 1-Clear out your glove box. 2-On the right side is a small strut attached to the side of the glove box that you need to detach. Gently press the strut and the bottom edge of it will pop out of the glove box. 3-Gently press in the top front sides of the glove box to disengage it and let it swing down out of the way. 4-Inside you will see a long rectangular panel that has to be removed to access the filter. There are plastic tabs on each end of this cover that are pushed in to allow it to be removed. Do not pull out on these tabs, push in instead. Remove the panel and then simply pull out the old filter. 5-There may be a lot of dirt and debris in the filter so keep it level as you pull it out. 6-It is important to insert the new filter in the proper orientation. Notice the airflow direction arrow printed on the side of the filter and place it in the slot so that the arrow is pointing down.You may notice also notice an arrow on the plastic housing where the air filter will be inserted. Also be sure you install the filter so the folds are going left to right not front to back. Gently guide the filter into place... it may be snug so don't jam it in. 7-Once the filter is in place, snap the cover back into place, put the glove box door back into position and reattach the strut. You're done. This does not add any fragrance to the car interior but it will filter outside air somewhat because of the combination of baking soda and carbon integrated into the air filter. You'll need to replace the filter every 15,000 miles at least. If you are in a particularly dusty environment you might want to check it more often. I usually replace mine every 6 months. If you've never changed your cabin air filter and your car is several years old, you may be shocked at how disgustingly dirty and clogged it could be. You'll notice improved performance with an increased flow of air through your heating/cooling system after changing the filter.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great filter. I used this in my 2012 Honda CRV.;;M. Erb;;;I didn't realize how nasty the old filter was until I put this new one in. Replacing the filter was a breeze (pun intended). My 2011 Acura MDX (like many vehicles) places these in the glove box (actually behind it), and all I had to do was empty everything out, squeeze the semi rigid sides in a bit and let it drop all the way down to open up various hidden things, including the cabin air filter location. Do note that these filters are directional, so note the dirty side of the old one and make sure the new one points away from what was the dirty side. My car had arrows on the frame which helped too (if nothing else, the air usually comes in from between the windshield and hood and goes down from there). My frame had a place to slide the outer bits of the filter to prevent air from bypassing the filter, so look for that. 5 stars for the filter and it's very easy to do. 0 stars for Acura having the manual not show how to replace this (merely tells you to go to the dealer, who charges $75 to replace this).;;Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Easy installation on my Acura MDX;;Shane O. Laake;;;After installation, I experienced cabin air gush (running the AC fan full speed) I have not experience since having the vehicle 7 years ago. I can actually feel the air gush in my face sitting relaxed back-to-seat (running A/C fan full speed). However, from the dirt in the filter, I conclude the filter has never been changed since original 10 years ago (See the pictures). BTW, I never know there was filter underneath the dash - I found this out from Amazon recommendation (Thank you Amazon! Where has my mechanics being - they never mentioned the filter!?);;Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Less Noise, More Air - Finally,Gush of Fresh Air;;RDUMan;;;If you own a compatible Honda/Acura vehicle, replacing the cabin air filter on your own will be the easiest $60 you'll ever save. Depending on how much stuff you store in your glove box, this should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, but probably less. The Acura dealership suggested I replace my cabin air filter during a routine maintenance (oil change for an A1/B1 service) and wanted to charge an extra $70 (parts & labor) to do it. When they showed me my dirty filter, I honestly didn't think it looked that bad, but I declined because I knew how easy it was to replace on my own and how inexpensively I could get the FRAM filter for. As soon as I got home, I ordered two units of the FRAM filter from Amazon--one to keep on hand. Once I received it, I went out to my car and installed it myself in 10 minutes. It only took that long because I reorganized my glove box a bit when I was putting everything back in. The box comes with written instructions for your vehicle, but if you need it, there are plenty of helpful YouTube video tutorials available as well.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Installs in less than 10 minutes and you save $60 from the Honda/Acura dealership;;Croissant;;;I work for a feedyard. It is always windy, dusty, and smelly. So my car is always that way as well. It meant I cleaned it a lot and in a week it was back to being pretty rough. Air Fresheners really only added to the odor. Then I started changing my airfilters every 6 months or so with these. It severely cut down on the dust in the cab, and helps with the smell quite a bit. I don't have to clean nearly as often, and what does get in is mostly due to the doors being opened and closed. When I take out the old one, the filter is usually quite full of dust and dirt that it's kept out.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Keeps my car decent even when in a super dusty and smelly environment;;iceph03nix

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By M. Erb - Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2017
Great filter. I used this in my 2012 Honda CRV.
UPDATE: September 19, 2017 - At the time I ordered these, April 2017, they were selling a 2-pack for the same price as a single filter is being sold for today. So the price isn't as low now as it was when I bought mine. But the filter is still a good one. Just not the great deal anymore. This is a review of the FRAM CF10134 Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter. I was amazed to discover that WalMart was selling this exact same filter for nearly $16 so I ordered two of them from Amazon and saved a bunch of money. This was installed into my 2012 Honda CRV. Installation is very easy as my video shows. It will only take you 5 minutes or less to do this and no tools are required. Here is how to replace the filter in a 2012 Honda CRV. 1-Clear out your glove box. 2-On the right side is a small strut attached to the side of the glove box that you need to detach. Gently press the strut and the bottom edge of it will pop out of the glove box. 3-Gently press in the top front sides of the glove box to disengage it and let it swing down out of the way. 4-Inside you will see a long rectangular panel that has to be removed to access the filter. There are plastic tabs on each end of this cover that are pushed in to allow it to be removed. Do not pull out on these tabs, push in instead. Remove the panel and then simply pull out the old filter. 5-There may be a lot of dirt and debris in the filter so keep it level as you pull it out. 6-It is important to insert the new filter in the proper orientation. Notice the airflow direction arrow printed on the side of the filter and place it in the slot so that the arrow is pointing down.You may notice also notice an arrow on the plastic housing where the air filter will be inserted. Also be sure you install the filter so the folds are going left to right not front to back. Gently guide the filter into place... it may be snug so don't jam it in. 7-Once the filter is in place, snap the cover back into place, put the glove box door back into position and reattach the strut. You're done. This does not add any fragrance to the car interior but it will filter outside air somewhat because of the combination of baking soda and carbon integrated into the air filter. You'll need to replace the filter every 15,000 miles at least. If you are in a particularly dusty environment you might want to check it more often. I usually replace mine every 6 months. If you've never changed your cabin air filter and your car is several years old, you may be shocked at how disgustingly dirty and clogged it could be. You'll notice improved performance with an increased flow of air through your heating/cooling system after changing the filter.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Shane O. Laake - Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2016
Easy installation on my Acura MDX
I didn't realize how nasty the old filter was until I put this new one in. Replacing the filter was a breeze (pun intended). My 2011 Acura MDX (like many vehicles) places these in the glove box (actually behind it), and all I had to do was empty everything out, squeeze the semi rigid sides in a bit and let it drop all the way down to open up various hidden things, including the cabin air filter location. Do note that these filters are directional, so note the dirty side of the old one and make sure the new one points away from what was the dirty side. My car had arrows on the frame which helped too (if nothing else, the air usually comes in from between the windshield and hood and goes down from there). My frame had a place to slide the outer bits of the filter to prevent air from bypassing the filter, so look for that. 5 stars for the filter and it's very easy to do. 0 stars for Acura having the manual not show how to replace this (merely tells you to go to the dealer, who charges $75 to replace this).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RDUMan - Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2016
Less Noise, More Air - Finally,Gush of Fresh Air
After installation, I experienced cabin air gush (running the AC fan full speed) I have not experience since having the vehicle 7 years ago. I can actually feel the air gush in my face sitting relaxed back-to-seat (running A/C fan full speed). However, from the dirt in the filter, I conclude the filter has never been changed since original 10 years ago (See the pictures). BTW, I never know there was filter underneath the dash - I found this out from Amazon recommendation (Thank you Amazon! Where has my mechanics being - they never mentioned the filter!?)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Croissant - Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2017
Installs in less than 10 minutes and you save $60 from the Honda/Acura dealership
If you own a compatible Honda/Acura vehicle, replacing the cabin air filter on your own will be the easiest $60 you'll ever save. Depending on how much stuff you store in your glove box, this should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, but probably less. The Acura dealership suggested I replace my cabin air filter during a routine maintenance (oil change for an A1/B1 service) and wanted to charge an extra $70 (parts & labor) to do it. When they showed me my dirty filter, I honestly didn't think it looked that bad, but I declined because I knew how easy it was to replace on my own and how inexpensively I could get the FRAM filter for. As soon as I got home, I ordered two units of the FRAM filter from Amazon--one to keep on hand. Once I received it, I went out to my car and installed it myself in 10 minutes. It only took that long because I reorganized my glove box a bit when I was putting everything back in. The box comes with written instructions for your vehicle, but if you need it, there are plenty of helpful YouTube video tutorials available as well.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By iceph03nix - Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018
Keeps my car decent even when in a super dusty and smelly environment
I work for a feedyard. It is always windy, dusty, and smelly. So my car is always that way as well. It meant I cleaned it a lot and in a week it was back to being pretty rough. Air Fresheners really only added to the odor. Then I started changing my airfilters every 6 months or so with these. It severely cut down on the dust in the cab, and helps with the smell quite a bit. I don't have to clean nearly as often, and what does get in is mostly due to the doors being opened and closed. When I take out the old one, the filter is usually quite full of dust and dirt that it's kept out.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By M. Erb - Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2017
Great filter. I used this in my 2012 Honda CRV.
UPDATE: September 19, 2017 - At the time I ordered these, April 2017, they were selling a 2-pack for the same price as a single filter is being sold for today. So the price isn't as low now as it was when I bought mine. But the filter is still a good one. Just not the great deal anymore. This is a review of the FRAM CF10134 Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter. I was amazed to discover that WalMart was selling this exact same filter for nearly $16 so I ordered two of them from Amazon and saved a bunch of money. This was installed into my 2012 Honda CRV. Installation is very easy as my video shows. It will only take you 5 minutes or less to do this and no tools are required. Here is how to replace the filter in a 2012 Honda CRV. 1-Clear out your glove box. 2-On the right side is a small strut attached to the side of the glove box that you need to detach. Gently press the strut and the bottom edge of it will pop out of the glove box. 3-Gently press in the top front sides of the glove box to disengage it and let it swing down out of the way. 4-Inside you will see a long rectangular panel that has to be removed to access the filter. There are plastic tabs on each end of this cover that are pushed in to allow it to be removed. Do not pull out on these tabs, push in instead. Remove the panel and then simply pull out the old filter. 5-There may be a lot of dirt and debris in the filter so keep it level as you pull it out. 6-It is important to insert the new filter in the proper orientation. Notice the airflow direction arrow printed on the side of the filter and place it in the slot so that the arrow is pointing down.You may notice also notice an arrow on the plastic housing where the air filter will be inserted. Also be sure you install the filter so the folds are going left to right not front to back. Gently guide the filter into place... it may be snug so don't jam it in. 7-Once the filter is in place, snap the cover back into place, put the glove box door back into position and reattach the strut. You're done. This does not add any fragrance to the car interior but it will filter outside air somewhat because of the combination of baking soda and carbon integrated into the air filter. You'll need to replace the filter every 15,000 miles at least. If you are in a particularly dusty environment you might want to check it more often. I usually replace mine every 6 months. If you've never changed your cabin air filter and your car is several years old, you may be shocked at how disgustingly dirty and clogged it could be. You'll notice improved performance with an increased flow of air through your heating/cooling system after changing the filter.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Shane O. Laake - Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2016
Easy installation on my Acura MDX
I didn't realize how nasty the old filter was until I put this new one in. Replacing the filter was a breeze (pun intended). My 2011 Acura MDX (like many vehicles) places these in the glove box (actually behind it), and all I had to do was empty everything out, squeeze the semi rigid sides in a bit and let it drop all the way down to open up various hidden things, including the cabin air filter location. Do note that these filters are directional, so note the dirty side of the old one and make sure the new one points away from what was the dirty side. My car had arrows on the frame which helped too (if nothing else, the air usually comes in from between the windshield and hood and goes down from there). My frame had a place to slide the outer bits of the filter to prevent air from bypassing the filter, so look for that. 5 stars for the filter and it's very easy to do. 0 stars for Acura having the manual not show how to replace this (merely tells you to go to the dealer, who charges $75 to replace this).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RDUMan - Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2016
Less Noise, More Air - Finally,Gush of Fresh Air
After installation, I experienced cabin air gush (running the AC fan full speed) I have not experience since having the vehicle 7 years ago. I can actually feel the air gush in my face sitting relaxed back-to-seat (running A/C fan full speed). However, from the dirt in the filter, I conclude the filter has never been changed since original 10 years ago (See the pictures). BTW, I never know there was filter underneath the dash - I found this out from Amazon recommendation (Thank you Amazon! Where has my mechanics being - they never mentioned the filter!?)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Croissant - Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2017
Installs in less than 10 minutes and you save $60 from the Honda/Acura dealership
If you own a compatible Honda/Acura vehicle, replacing the cabin air filter on your own will be the easiest $60 you'll ever save. Depending on how much stuff you store in your glove box, this should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, but probably less. The Acura dealership suggested I replace my cabin air filter during a routine maintenance (oil change for an A1/B1 service) and wanted to charge an extra $70 (parts & labor) to do it. When they showed me my dirty filter, I honestly didn't think it looked that bad, but I declined because I knew how easy it was to replace on my own and how inexpensively I could get the FRAM filter for. As soon as I got home, I ordered two units of the FRAM filter from Amazon--one to keep on hand. Once I received it, I went out to my car and installed it myself in 10 minutes. It only took that long because I reorganized my glove box a bit when I was putting everything back in. The box comes with written instructions for your vehicle, but if you need it, there are plenty of helpful YouTube video tutorials available as well.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By iceph03nix - Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018
Keeps my car decent even when in a super dusty and smelly environment
I work for a feedyard. It is always windy, dusty, and smelly. So my car is always that way as well. It meant I cleaned it a lot and in a week it was back to being pretty rough. Air Fresheners really only added to the odor. Then I started changing my airfilters every 6 months or so with these. It severely cut down on the dust in the cab, and helps with the smell quite a bit. I don't have to clean nearly as often, and what does get in is mostly due to the doors being opened and closed. When I take out the old one, the filter is usually quite full of dust and dirt that it's kept out.