which cabin air filter?

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Someone on Facebook, suggested this cabin air filter - I found it on Amazon:
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07RT72YB7/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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I've used Wix cabin filters in my other vehicles. They are good filters. Their new XP cabin filters are even better.
https://www.fram.com/parts-search/C...5iA1ANgAIBmAOlYBlifAJZgAFgBd2AEXTiAnsQBUIALpA

Wix also makes some of the best oil filters in the industry. I use their oil XP filters available on Amazon and O'Reilley, which can also be had under the NAPA Gold label as well.
 

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I can personally vouch for the K&N Cabin Filters. Honestly, one of the best things that I did. Yes, I was wondering what the oil might do. One cleans it and that's all it does. The other is supposed to help trap more contaminants (but I can't really vouch exactly for that) but it definitely helps it to continue to make it smell like new. I had a problem with the standard Mopar filters because they would absorb moisture and the Jeep would smell like mildew.

Plus like others said, reusable, so saves you money and saves a little bit on the environment.
 

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@CarbonSteel

I saw those a while back but measurements were different then the OEM and other aftermarket cabin air filters for the JL/JLU/JT, so I did not order. Once you get and try/do the install, please post back and let me /other's here know.
The size/model number came from this post - https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/cabin-air-filter-part-servicing.5432/post-776988

I changed mine out at 20K and the Amazon filter fit fine, it was not overly tight or loose. I think at the time when I bought them I could not find the part number for the Mopar filter or it was just too much $$$ as compared to others. I see that Rock Auto stocks them now, so after I change the next time, I will probably go back to the Mopar filters.
 

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The size/model number came from this post - https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/cabin-air-filter-part-servicing.5432/post-776988

I changed mine out at 20K and the Amazon filter fit fine, it was not overly tight or loose. I think at the time when I bought them I could not find the part number for the Mopar filter or it was just too much $$$ as compared to others. I see that Rock Auto stocks them now, so after I change the next time, I will probably go back to the Mopar filters.
Well the price for these Amazon Basics is aok.... so, I was eyeballing them so to speak. But after seeing the dimensions were quite different and me finding the OEM filter for about $3.00 more then the Amazon Basics ..... WELL, I decided to stick with the OEM.

$13.39 which includes shipping... buy from eBAY.
 
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Noticed today, the JL and JT's with the Diesel Engine , use a different cabin air filter then the JL/JT's with 3.6 and 2.0.

They use: Mopar 68364653AA Cabin Air Filter
 

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The JL with the Diesel Engine , uses a different cabin air filter then the JL's with 3.6 and 2.0.

They use: Mopar 68364653AA Cabin Air Filter
 

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I just dropped in the KN washable one in my JL sport a couple weeks ago. Haven't had it long enough to really have any thoughts about it. Install is easy.

So I have a washable air intake filter (AFE) and cabin filter (KN).
 

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Well the price for these Amazon Basics is aok.... so, I was eyeballing them so to speak. But after seeing the dimensions were quite different and me finding the OEM filter for about $3.00 more then the Amazon Basics ..... WELL, I decided to stick with the OEM.

$13.39 which includes shipping... buy from eBAY.
Could you share a link? I can't seem to find them at that price...
 

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Thank you! That worked perfectly...not sure why it didn't show up on my searches??? I will use the link.

Appreciate it.
 
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