GM OE Filters
Keep your GM vehicle’s air-conditioning system working efficiently and reduce contaminants with a high-quality ACDelco Filter. ACDelco Filters are the ideal replacement for your original-equipment part.
Features & Benefits
- Provide uninterrupted HVAC flow for maximum efficiency
- Backed by competitive warranty coverage.
Find out more about ACDelco GM OE Filters and how they fit into the Filtration System with the product facts below.
To prevent airborne particles from entering the vehicle’s cabin (some designs also remove odours, fumes and smoke).
SIGNS OF WEAR:
Excessively dirty filter element, poor cabin ventilation/airflow (blower motor damage could occur if a plugged filter goes unchanged for a long period of time).
DID YOU KNOW:
Properly disposing of used oil and oil filters is critical to protecting the environment and is also becoming regulated throughout the country as landfills become overcrowded and is supported by the Canadian Auto Recyclers’ Environmental Code (CAREC). There are waste oil and used oil filter programs, as a part of the Canadian Auto Recyclers’ Environmental Code, through each Province to combine the recycling efforts around the country.
- Each year, according to Statics Canada, Canadians purchase approximately 1 billion litres of motor and lubricating oil.
- In 1999, 356 million litres of used oil were recycled, but a similar volume ended up in landfills, in sewers, or directly in the environment where it contributed to the country’s pollution.
- From 1997 to 2009, 84,271,392 litres of used oil, 7,095,476 used oil filters and 1,945,672 kg of used oil containers have been recovered and recycled.
WHAT IT DOES:
The filtering system prevents contaminants from entering the engine and transmission while allowing enough fluid or airflow to keep them running properly. A cabin air filter prevents airborne particles from entering the vehicle’s interior.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE:
Replacing your vehicle’s filters on a regularly scheduled basis will help the vehicle run better and last longer. (Refer to your owner’s manual for you vehicle’s specific filter change intervals.)
If you air filter is only slightly dirty, you can try cleaning it by gently tapping it on a flat surface or by blowing compressed air through it, from the clean side out. You will need to replace the air filter more often if you drive frequently on dirt roads or live in a dusty area.