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I looked in the Maintenance log book. They say to replace the climate control air filter (cabin filter) every 3750 miles for 2.0L and every 3000 miles for 1.6L
(severe driving conditions). Normal conditions is 7500 miles 2.0L and 6000 miles for 1.6L.

That's crazy! I pulled the cabin filter and it's part number is 97133-F2000.
Aftermarket filters: WIX WP10319 $18.91 rockauto, Napa 230319 $33.49,
Ecogard XC10573 $11.89 amazon.

Hyundai's new number for the cabin filter is F2H79AK000, list for $27.48

I used TYC cabin filters in my Accent because they are good quality and inexpensive. TYC website did not have a filter listed for our cars. I did a search using oem part number (97133-F2000) and it told me to use TYC 800216P.
That filter is used on a 2018 KIA RIO.

I ordered TYC 800216P from rockauto for $5.72 each. They should fit, I will let you know!
 

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I love these replacement "guides" for cabin filters lol.


Pull it out, if it's dirty replace it. If it's clean, put it back in.


Here's a question, how does the turbo get a cabin filter dirtier faster than the NA model......lol
 

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Those are weird intervals.... My '13 EGT mentions a new cabin filter every 15K miles. That even seems overkill.

Perhaps the intervals are different for the cabin filter based on the engine because the oil change interval is different for each engine???
 

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Not any different than home furnace-A/C fitler,, except car drive down road in more variable condition then home unit.. check it and replace as needed per visual inspection,, or odd smell
 
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