Your vehicle has many components. One of those components is air filters. There are many air filters for each car, so it's essential to understand why they matter.
Your vehicle has engine air filters and cabin air filters. These filters allow the stoppage of dust, dirt, and other particles from entering the inside of your car or engine. These filters also keep you and your family warm or cold in your vehicle when needed. Filters keep your engine running smoothly and prevent any unwanted particles from damaging the car.
But of course, with any filter, they need to be removed and replaced as they fill up with all kinds of filtered substances over time.
Like most things with your vehicle, there is an interval of how often you should be changing your air filters depending on your vehicle type. Changing your air filters also depends on where you live and what type of environment you encounter daily. If you discover more dust or dirt while driving to and from your destinations, then you're going to want to change your air filters more frequently.
At around 20,000-30,000 miles is when you want to be changing out your air filters. Properly changed air filters allow you to breathe clean, quality air while driving your car. They also allow your vehicle to maintain the proper air quality in your engine and other important components.
Winter is fastly approaching, and you want to make sure your air filters are ready for the snow, sleet, and rain. Contact Weber Automotive today and get your air filters serviced by our automotive professionals!