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Air Filter


 

An air filter is responsible for keeping hazardous particles out of the engine, ensuring that only clean, debris-free air reaches the engine's combustion chamber. A clean air filter allows the engine's mechanism to work by allowing the proper ratio of air to fuel since airflow is necessary for the operation. If the air filter is clogged, contaminants may endanger the engine parts producing corrosion, and abrasion, and may cause the engine performance to deteriorate, potentially resulting in engine failure. Changing the air filter of your vehicle is necessary to extend the life of your engine and keep it performing at its best. Additionally, air filters should be checked and replaced regularly to optimize fuel efficiency and acceleration. Generally, you replace your air filters every 12,000 to 15,000 miles, but these intervals should be lower depending on the driving condition.