The filters present in your vehicle are very important to keep road dust and other small debris out of the vehicle cabin, engine, fuel and oil system. The life of these filters is largely dependent on how much you drive, but more importantly where you drive. If you are in dusty or off road conditions mostly, then your filters should be changed more frequently as an example. Since each vehicle will be different, it's important to have your filters inspected by a professional to determine the condition of your filters.
Regular oil filter replacement is important to remove abrasive particles which could accelerate engine wear. Refer to the Owner's Manual for the manufacturer's service recommendations.
Fuel economy and good performance can only be achieved with a clean air filter. An improperly functioning air filter can damage an engine by restricting airflow or allowing contaminants to enter. Refer to the Owner's Manual for the manufacturer's service recommendations.
To avoid rough engine idling, stalling and poor acceleration due to a clogged gasoline filter. Refer to the Owner's Manual for the manufacturer's service recommendations.
Cabin Air Filters
Replacing your cabin air filter according to the manufacture owner's manual helps to prevent mold build-up in the HVAC system and ensures you and your passengers can breathe easy.