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What Is An Engine Air Filter?

Your car’s engine air filter acts as a barrier, preventing dirt, dust, pollen, and other contaminants from entering the engine.

Over time, the filter accumulates debris, reducing its effectiveness and impeding proper airflow.

A clogged air filter restricts the amount of clean air reaching the engine, which can lead to various issues, including reduced fuel efficiency, decreased acceleration, and even engine damage.

Signs That It's Time For A Replacement

Reduced Acceleration

If your vehicle feels sluggish while pressing the gas, it could be because of a clogged/dirty engine air filter.

Lower Fuel Efficiency

A clogged air filter messes with the air-to-fuel ratio, causing your vehicle to use more fuel than necessary.

Unusual Engine Sounds

A struggling engine, accompanied by strange noises like coughing or sputtering, may indicate a blocked air filter.

Dirty/Clogged Filter

Visual inspection of the filter can reveal a build-up of dirt and debris, signaling the need for a replacement.

The Benefits of an Engine Air Filter Replacement

By replacing your engine air filter regularly, you unlock several benefits for your vehicle:

Frequently Asked Questions

We generally recommend replacing the engine air filter every 20,000 to 30,000 kilometers but this can vary depending on your vehicle’s manufacturer and your typical driving conditions.

For example, Ford recommends changing your engine air filter every 24,000 to 48,000 kilometers.

While it’s possible to replace the engine air filter yourself, it’s usually recommended to have it done by a professional to ensure proper installation and compatibility.

The cost of changing an engine air filter can vary depending on several factors, including the make and model of your vehicle and the type of air filter required.

At Go Lube, pricing for this service starts at $59. Contact us to get a quote for your vehicle.

The replacement process usually takes between 20 minutes to an hour, depending on the vehicle make and model.