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Motorcraft FP-70 Filter-Odour and Particles
Motorcraft FP-70 Filter-Odour and Particles

Motorcraft FP-70 Filter-Odour and Particles

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Motorcraft FP-70 Filter-Odour and Particles
Motorcraft FP-70 Filter-Odour and Particles
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Features

  • Package Dimensions: 4.6 L x 28.4 H x 20 W (centimeters)
  • Fit type: Vehicle Specific
  • Package Weight : 3.5 ounces
  • Country of Origin : United States

Description

FILTER - ODOUR AND PARTICLES Motor craft Cabin Air Filters are engineered to provide superior performance and reliability. All Motor craft Cabin Air Filter designs undergo rigorous lab and real world tests in order to meet Ford engineering standards. Cabin Air Filters help keep the air flowing through the heating and air conditioning (HVAC) system clean and free from harmful particulates. Features multiple layers of filtering with an electrostatically charged layer that captures soot, smog and tobacco smoke. The particulate layer protects HVAC components by helping limit dust, mold, spores, pollen and fungus. Captures 90% of particles 10 microns or larger (an average grain of beach sand is 200 microns) and helps reduce dust inside the vehicle. Rigid polyester spun bound frame helps ensures the filter maintains its shape. Polyester laminated frame (in most models) helps reduce unfiltered air bypass and minimize leakage. Filter media is formulated for high temperature efficiency. All materials meet Ford Engineering requirements for resistance to odor propagation and anti microbial properties.


Manufacturer: Motorcraft


Brand: Motorcraft


Model: FP-70


Item Weight: 4.9 ounces


Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 1.8 x 14 inches


Item model number: FP-70


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Exterior: Chrome


Manufacturer Part Number: FP-70


OEM Part Number: FP*70*


Folding: No


Cover Included: FP-70


Date First Available: March 18, 2011


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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.


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Returns

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Features

  • Package Dimensions: 4.6 L x 28.4 H x 20 W (centimeters)
  • Fit type: Vehicle Specific
  • Package Weight : 3.5 ounces
  • Country of Origin : United States

Description

FILTER - ODOUR AND PARTICLES Motor craft Cabin Air Filters are engineered to provide superior performance and reliability. All Motor craft Cabin Air Filter designs undergo rigorous lab and real world tests in order to meet Ford engineering standards. Cabin Air Filters help keep the air flowing through the heating and air conditioning (HVAC) system clean and free from harmful particulates. Features multiple layers of filtering with an electrostatically charged layer that captures soot, smog and tobacco smoke. The particulate layer protects HVAC components by helping limit dust, mold, spores, pollen and fungus. Captures 90% of particles 10 microns or larger (an average grain of beach sand is 200 microns) and helps reduce dust inside the vehicle. Rigid polyester spun bound frame helps ensures the filter maintains its shape. Polyester laminated frame (in most models) helps reduce unfiltered air bypass and minimize leakage. Filter media is formulated for high temperature efficiency. All materials meet Ford Engineering requirements for resistance to odor propagation and anti microbial properties.


Manufacturer: Motorcraft


Brand: Motorcraft


Model: FP-70


Item Weight: 4.9 ounces


Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 1.8 x 14 inches


Item model number: FP-70


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Exterior: Chrome


Manufacturer Part Number: FP-70


OEM Part Number: FP*70*


Folding: No


Cover Included: FP-70


Date First Available: March 18, 2011


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

  • Package Dimensions: 4.6 L x 28.4 H x 20 W (centimeters)
  • Fit type: Vehicle Specific
  • Package Weight : 3.5 ounces
  • Country of Origin : United States

Description

FILTER - ODOUR AND PARTICLES Motor craft Cabin Air Filters are engineered to provide superior performance and reliability. All Motor craft Cabin Air Filter designs undergo rigorous lab and real world tests in order to meet Ford engineering standards. Cabin Air Filters help keep the air flowing through the heating and air conditioning (HVAC) system clean and free from harmful particulates. Features multiple layers of filtering with an electrostatically charged layer that captures soot, smog and tobacco smoke. The particulate layer protects HVAC components by helping limit dust, mold, spores, pollen and fungus. Captures 90% of particles 10 microns or larger (an average grain of beach sand is 200 microns) and helps reduce dust inside the vehicle. Rigid polyester spun bound frame helps ensures the filter maintains its shape. Polyester laminated frame (in most models) helps reduce unfiltered air bypass and minimize leakage. Filter media is formulated for high temperature efficiency. All materials meet Ford Engineering requirements for resistance to odor propagation and anti microbial properties.


Manufacturer: Motorcraft


Brand: Motorcraft


Model: FP-70


Item Weight: 4.9 ounces


Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 1.8 x 14 inches


Item model number: FP-70


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Exterior: Chrome


Manufacturer Part Number: FP-70


OEM Part Number: FP*70*


Folding: No


Cover Included: FP-70


Date First Available: March 18, 2011


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 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.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By A.J. - Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2015
Got rid of my car's "dog smell"
When I started to smell the dog of the previous owner of my 2013 Ford Focus ST through the HVAC system, I knew it was time to change the filter. After only 16,000 miles, my original filter was heinously filthy. In the future, I'll probably be inclined to change the filter every 10,000 miles or so. This is the OEM filter installed by the factory. Installation isn't hard or complicated, it's just awkward. Installation Instructions: In the passenger footwell, under the glove box, locate the fiber/fabric cover for the fuse panel. Look for the light that illuminates the footwell - it surrounds that. Squeeze the two black plastic retainer clips and pull them straight off. Gently remove the cover. All the way towards the left front of the passenger footwell, you'll see a rectangular cover door for the filter. It's held in by two tension clips (squeeze to release), and one Torx 15 screw at the bottom. Remove the screw and squeeze the clips to remove the cover door. Slowly and carefully pull out the filter, taking note of the orientation. You'll need to bend it a bit. A ton of leaves and stuff fell out when I took out the filter. It wouldn't be a bad idea to vacuum it out while it's open. Replace the filter in the orientation you observed from the previous filter. You will need to bend/squish it, likely quite a bit. Just line up the top and the bottom of the filter with the opening and work it in from there. It bounces right back from being deformed. There's no trick, just be patient and gentle. Note: I unfastened the fuse block in the passenger footwell to make extra wiggle room. It added very little room to do so and was a colossal pain to get the fuse block reattached properly. I wouldn't recommend it. Reverse the disassembly steps, and enjoy fresher air in your car. The dog smell is gone!!! And after seeing what was on the old filter, I'm very very glad I replaced it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gives_amen - Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2018
Fits 2014 ford escape
Bought for 2014 ford escape. Perfect fit. Same exact size as original factory filter. Its pretty easy to replace yourself. You gotta bend it a little funny to get the old out and also bend it a little funny to get the new back in. I had to squeeze mine in from both sides and basically make it into the shape of an hourglass and then awkwardly maneuvered it in. Kinda hard to explain. But once you go to actually doing it you pretty much figure it out. The screw won't really hard for me to access. I just pulled the carpet down a bit to make it easier to access. I did have to take a few mins to get the plate cover on the filter to line back up correctly. It kind of has a groove on the top its gotta go back into. So keep that in mind. And I'm a 28 year old woman and did this on my own with no help. So if I can do it anyone can. Don't pay a shop to change this . you will waste money. Only takes like 15 mins to do it . give or take.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Oliver Y - Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2017
OEM is the best way to go!
Like many other reviewers said change your filter more often than not, I currently have 20k miles and decided to change it because it probably hadn't been change since the car was new. (Bought the car at 15,919). Filter was dirty, as shown in the pictures. Someone didn't even put in an OEM filter in, (way to go previous owner). I'm inclined to just replace every 10k or 12 months and call it good. The manual says 20k switch it, if you drive in areas with pollen/dirty air then do not wait. I own at early 2014 ford focus SE and my installation had a T20 screw, trying to put the cover on took me longest time. There is a Grove the top of the plastic cover has to slip into before clipping the retention clips. Simple maintenance and cheap $9 when purchased, seems as if the price fluctuates. This is a DIY job any experienced or non-experienced person can do.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Wild Bill - Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018
Surprisingly dirty old filter
Patient: 2017 Ford Escape Titanium Age: 9 months Mileage’s: 7,200 Location: Arizona Symptoms: Air be STANKIN’ Possible Causes: Wet dog hiding in vehicle. Too many bean burritos or lactose intolerant passenger or driver. Sweaty socks stuffed in vents Recommended Procedure: Find and remove all pets, limit intake of Mexican food, cheeses, and ice cream, and inspect vents for lower extremity apparel pieces. Performed Procedure: Research and purchase Motorcraft FP-70 cabin air filter. Remove existing cabin air filter and install new FP-70 into designated location with minimal effort using Torx T-20 handheld instrument. Although not required, extra lighting does help ensure quality installation and accuracy. Results: Once again being able to breathe fresh air while using A/C, which is essential for Arizona driving when it’s 110+ degrees Fahrenheit Likely Contributing Factors Causing Above Condition: Poor environmental air quality including dust, pollution, and pollen. Also, high use of air conditioning due to extreme temperatures No animals were harmed during the project.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By PE - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2018
OEM Cabin Air filter for 2012 Ford Focus
OEM Cabin Air filter for my 2012 Ford Focus. Great price and fast shipping, what more can you ask for. Installation is simple, access door for the filter is located at the front passenger's foot well where the left foot would rest at. To remove and install the filter you will have to slightly fold the filter to get it in and out. Keep in mind that there is a directional arrow for airflow, so don't install it backwards. I change my cabin air filter every 3 months when I change my engine oil. DO IT YOURSELF AND SAVE A TRIP TO THE MECHANIC!

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By A.J. - Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2015
Got rid of my car's "dog smell"
When I started to smell the dog of the previous owner of my 2013 Ford Focus ST through the HVAC system, I knew it was time to change the filter. After only 16,000 miles, my original filter was heinously filthy. In the future, I'll probably be inclined to change the filter every 10,000 miles or so. This is the OEM filter installed by the factory. Installation isn't hard or complicated, it's just awkward. Installation Instructions: In the passenger footwell, under the glove box, locate the fiber/fabric cover for the fuse panel. Look for the light that illuminates the footwell - it surrounds that. Squeeze the two black plastic retainer clips and pull them straight off. Gently remove the cover. All the way towards the left front of the passenger footwell, you'll see a rectangular cover door for the filter. It's held in by two tension clips (squeeze to release), and one Torx 15 screw at the bottom. Remove the screw and squeeze the clips to remove the cover door. Slowly and carefully pull out the filter, taking note of the orientation. You'll need to bend it a bit. A ton of leaves and stuff fell out when I took out the filter. It wouldn't be a bad idea to vacuum it out while it's open. Replace the filter in the orientation you observed from the previous filter. You will need to bend/squish it, likely quite a bit. Just line up the top and the bottom of the filter with the opening and work it in from there. It bounces right back from being deformed. There's no trick, just be patient and gentle. Note: I unfastened the fuse block in the passenger footwell to make extra wiggle room. It added very little room to do so and was a colossal pain to get the fuse block reattached properly. I wouldn't recommend it. Reverse the disassembly steps, and enjoy fresher air in your car. The dog smell is gone!!! And after seeing what was on the old filter, I'm very very glad I replaced it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gives_amen - Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2018
Fits 2014 ford escape
Bought for 2014 ford escape. Perfect fit. Same exact size as original factory filter. Its pretty easy to replace yourself. You gotta bend it a little funny to get the old out and also bend it a little funny to get the new back in. I had to squeeze mine in from both sides and basically make it into the shape of an hourglass and then awkwardly maneuvered it in. Kinda hard to explain. But once you go to actually doing it you pretty much figure it out. The screw won't really hard for me to access. I just pulled the carpet down a bit to make it easier to access. I did have to take a few mins to get the plate cover on the filter to line back up correctly. It kind of has a groove on the top its gotta go back into. So keep that in mind. And I'm a 28 year old woman and did this on my own with no help. So if I can do it anyone can. Don't pay a shop to change this . you will waste money. Only takes like 15 mins to do it . give or take.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Oliver Y - Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2017
OEM is the best way to go!
Like many other reviewers said change your filter more often than not, I currently have 20k miles and decided to change it because it probably hadn't been change since the car was new. (Bought the car at 15,919). Filter was dirty, as shown in the pictures. Someone didn't even put in an OEM filter in, (way to go previous owner). I'm inclined to just replace every 10k or 12 months and call it good. The manual says 20k switch it, if you drive in areas with pollen/dirty air then do not wait. I own at early 2014 ford focus SE and my installation had a T20 screw, trying to put the cover on took me longest time. There is a Grove the top of the plastic cover has to slip into before clipping the retention clips. Simple maintenance and cheap $9 when purchased, seems as if the price fluctuates. This is a DIY job any experienced or non-experienced person can do.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Wild Bill - Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018
Surprisingly dirty old filter
Patient: 2017 Ford Escape Titanium Age: 9 months Mileage’s: 7,200 Location: Arizona Symptoms: Air be STANKIN’ Possible Causes: Wet dog hiding in vehicle. Too many bean burritos or lactose intolerant passenger or driver. Sweaty socks stuffed in vents Recommended Procedure: Find and remove all pets, limit intake of Mexican food, cheeses, and ice cream, and inspect vents for lower extremity apparel pieces. Performed Procedure: Research and purchase Motorcraft FP-70 cabin air filter. Remove existing cabin air filter and install new FP-70 into designated location with minimal effort using Torx T-20 handheld instrument. Although not required, extra lighting does help ensure quality installation and accuracy. Results: Once again being able to breathe fresh air while using A/C, which is essential for Arizona driving when it’s 110+ degrees Fahrenheit Likely Contributing Factors Causing Above Condition: Poor environmental air quality including dust, pollution, and pollen. Also, high use of air conditioning due to extreme temperatures No animals were harmed during the project.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By PE - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2018
OEM Cabin Air filter for 2012 Ford Focus
OEM Cabin Air filter for my 2012 Ford Focus. Great price and fast shipping, what more can you ask for. Installation is simple, access door for the filter is located at the front passenger's foot well where the left foot would rest at. To remove and install the filter you will have to slightly fold the filter to get it in and out. Keep in mind that there is a directional arrow for airflow, so don't install it backwards. I change my cabin air filter every 3 months when I change my engine oil. DO IT YOURSELF AND SAVE A TRIP TO THE MECHANIC!