JP...thanks for the info...very helpful!! Regrettably, once shipping is added, the cost of the filter pretty much doubles and it becomes an asinine price for folded paper. Typically, I buy from local part stores and none, anywhere near me (meaning my state), has a replacement (local Ford dealer would take two days and the filter would cost $35). Anyhow, I saw another post about a K&N so it sounded like other people were having the same issue. Thanks again for the info...good to know...for now I am going to stick with my solution until something better comes along.The cabin air filter is actually the same for 2020-2022 Escapes, what you're running into is trying to get the Ford Refresh95 variant that they started using 7/27/2021.
The non-Refresh95 is JX6Z19N619BA and the Refresh95 is LX6Z19N619C.
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