Air filters remove harmful particles -- like debris, sand, and dirt -- that get used by your engine during the combustion process. Not only does this protect your engine from these contaminants, but it also helps improve the air quality inside the cabin.
How Often Should You Change the Air Filter in Your Car?
Over time, it's not uncommon for air filters become clogged, limiting the amount of air your engine receives. It's recommended to replace these filters between every 15,000 to 30,000 miles. If you need to replace yours sooner, you may notice some of the warning signs. They include:
- Reduced fuel economy
- Engine misfiring
- Strange or unusual engine sounds
- A lit check engine light
- A decrease in horsepower
- Dark smoke coming out of the exhaust
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