Air Filter Replacement – Helping You and Your Engine Breath Easier
Both you and your car rely on clean air in order to operate at optimal performance. The engine air filter helps ensure optimal fuel combustion and engine performance while the cabin air filter helps improve interior air quality for you and your passengers.
Engine Air Filters
The engine air filter captures airborne contaminants such as dirt and dust before they can enter the engine. A dirty, clogged engine air filter prevents clean air from getting into the engine and can contribute to reduced acceleration.
You should replace the engine air filter every 15,000 miles, depending on driving conditions.
Cabin Air Filters
The cabin filter in your vehicle is responsible for filtering the air before it enters the vehicle’s cabin. The cabin air filter catches pollen, dust, dirt and other impurities from the air, keeping the air filtered for the vehicle and its passengers.
You should replace the cabin air filter every 15,000 miles or every 12 months, depending on your driving conditions.