The air filter in your engine prevents dust and debris from clogging your engine.
A dirty air filter restricts the amount of air supplied to your engine, resulting in a lack of power and sluggish performance.
An old air filter can also tear, allowing debris and dust into your engine, causing wear and tear. So, remember to replace your air filter at the intervals recommended by the manufacturer, you can find this information in the user manual supplied with your car. (But it’s generally every 15,000 to 20,000 miles more if you drive on dusty, unpaved roads).
Here are 4 tips for maintaining your air filter
1. Check your Air Filter Often
2. Replace Air Filter
3. Clean Filter
4. Oil Elements
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