Cabin Filters | Engine Filters | Oil Filter | Fule Filter
“What is that smell in your car?” Cabin Filters If the air in your vehicle is a little stale after a winter of driving around with the windows up, you may be ready for a new cabin air filter. Like the air filters in your home, a cabin air filter cleans dust and odors as the system circulates air through the cabin. These filters need to be replaced every so often and suspect auto smells could be an indicator. If you are sensitive to allergies, this filter traps dust and pollen, so be sure to check it in the Spring and in the Fall.
Engine Air Filters The air that is pulled into your engine is full of dirt, dust and debris. Changing your Engine Air Filter regularly prevents all of that junk from ever entering the engine . However, a filter that is dirty can lead to air-flow problems and pass these particles on to damage your engine.
Oil Filters The most famous and best understood filter, keeps your oil free from debris and dirt. Of course, that only lasts so long. Most people are familiar with dirty oil. Follow your manufacturers guidance on your vehicle, but a typical oil change occurs every 3,500-5,000 miles. Or 3 months for traditional oil, longer with synthetics. New Mexico driving may require more frequent attention.
Fuel Filters The lesser known, but very important, fuel filter protects your fuel entering the engine. If you’ve ever had a clogged one, you know that your car may not start.