Air filters

The air filter stop airborne contaminants from getting sucked in to your car’s engine. It’s a paper filter that stops debris such as dust, leaves and way ward pelicans before they get inside the engine and do damage. If your air filter gets too dirty or clogged, your engine won’t be able to suck enough air in to the combustion chambers. The engine will then run rich (i.e., too much gas and not enough air). When this happens, your car will lose power and run roughly. Your Check Engine light also may come on. If you operate your engine under severe duty, such as frequent driving on dirt roads or a lot of stop-and-go driving around town, then you should have the recommended service intervals for the inspection and replacement of the air filter.

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