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Old 08-19-2012, 05:58 PM   #61
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Toyota says 30k? I just do it once a year, same with a lot of other inspect/change items that aren't needed that soon. If it's okay, it's okay and doesn't need to be replaced... but at least it's been looked at.
I just replaced mine at 15k and 1 1/2 years. It was pretty dirty which surprised me. It could have went a bit longer I guess but I already had the new one and had it out so I went ahead.
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Old 08-19-2012, 06:44 PM   #62
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I agree with you on filtering. They're rated at the lower levels. I don't mind pulling and rinsing it. And I'm not concerned about how well it filters. I just want it to catch leaves and other debris. I get enough dirt coming in the windows that a filter for breathing clean air is irrelevant. It's just that when I had to replace a filter every 2 months from the dust on the forest roads, it got pricey. In our highlander, I buy the allergen filters made for the vehicle. Different purpose for that vehicle. But I also like these threads because it helps me find a good source for the highlander.
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True true... and they are better than nothing.

In the cooler months, I normally have a window open and I enjoy smoking a pipe on the way home. When it's 90+ outside, the windows stay up and the AC on recirc... of course, that is also the dustiest time of the year, so the dash remains remarkably clean through the summer.
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Anyone know if Logical-Source is still in business? Their website has been down for weeks!
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Actually our 05's didn't come w/ cabin filters. Cheap out by Toyota at the time. They weren't put in Tacomas till 2006.
I have an 2005 and just found out I don't have one.. lol I'll find one on ebay.
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