Filter Options

Important: To get started, click the blue "Filter Options" button to select your vehicle and then use the filters to narrow your options.

Important: To get started, select your vehicle on the left and then use the filters to narrow your options.

What is an air filter?

An air filter is an essential component of a vehicle's air intake system. It is designed to filter out contaminants such as dust, dirt, pollen and other airborne particles from the air that is drawn in by the vehicle's engine.

What is the purpose of an air filter?

The purpose of an air filter is to protect the engine from dirt and dust particles, which can cause damage and reduce the engine's performance. It also helps to improve the air quality inside the vehicle by trapping contaminants and preventing them from entering the cabin.

How do I know if my air filter is faulty?

Visually inspect the air filter and look for signs of wear, such as tears, holes, or clogged areas. Additionally, you can check the engine performance, as a clogged filter can lead to a decrease in power, fuel efficiency, and acceleration. Finally, you can also check the air filter's service life, as most filters need to be replaced every 12,000 to 15,000 miles.

Can a faulty air filter cause damage to my vehicle?

Yes, a faulty air filter can cause damage to your vehicle. If the filter is clogged or damaged, it can cause the engine to work harder and run hotter, leading to potential damage to the engine.

How do I replace an air filter?

  1. Open the air filter box and remove the old air filter.
  2. Inspect the air filter box for signs of wear, such as corrosion or dirt buildup.
  3. Install the new filter and make sure it is properly seated in the air filter box.
  4. Close the air filter box and secure it with the clips or screws.