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A car engine combines air and gasoline in the combustion chamber to create power. This air reaches the engine through an air filter that works to keep out road debris, dirt, bugs, and other contaminants that can damage the engine. Over time, the air filter can become dirty and clogged and the lack of air can affect the overall performance of your car.
Most auto companies recommend that you change the air filter every 10,000 miles or every 12 months, whichever comes first, However, if you typically drive in dusty or rural areas you might need to have your mechanic check and change it more frequently, such as every 6,000 miles.
Air filter replacement benefits car life longevity and engine performance. Engine air filters prevent harmful debris from damaging crucial components to keep the car running smoothly. They contribute to efficient driving by helping maintain the right air-to-fuel ratio, preventing the excess consumption of Fuel. Dirty air filters keep the system from getting the right amount of air or fuel and make it harder for the engine to perform normal. Having a fully-functioning engine air filter is critical to optimal car operation.
It depends on the vehicle's make, model and quality of the part used. On average an estimated cost of replacing air filter on a car is between £30 to £75. To find out the exact price on your car please select your car details at the top of the page.