Breathe better and live healthier with a clean Cabin Air Filter.
What is a cabin air filter? A cabin air filter cleans the air entering your vehicle’s passenger cabin via its HVAC system. Cabin air filters filter out pollutants, mold, mildew, road dust, fumes, and allergens.
Is a cabin air filter different than an air filter? Yes. An air filter filters air going into your vehicle’s engine. A cabin air filter filters air coming into the passenger cabin. A vehicle’s passenger compartments inside air can be up to 6 times dirtier than outside air.
How do you know if my vehicle has a cabin air filter? First check your vehicle’s owner manual. If you are still not sure, ask your professional service person.
So, when should I change my cabin air filter? Most car experts and filter manufactures recommend checking a cabin air filter every 20,000 kms or every 12 months. However, depending on your driving conditions, twice a year may prove necessary for maximum benefit.
replacing your dirty air filter makes for a better running engine!
- Increased performance: a clean air filter improves Air-flow to the engine and increases engine performance.
- Lower emissions: a clogged, dirty air filter can reduce Air-flow and choke your engine’s emission control system.
- Longer engine life: the air filter is designed to trap dust, dirt and debris that can damage an engine’s cylinders and pistons.
For every gallon of fuel burned, and engine can use up to 10,000 gallons of air. Changing out that old dirty air filter for a clean new filter makes foe an easy way to save money and engine wear-mile after mile.
With a clean air filter, your engine breathes better and performs better.
our vehicle’s motor oil and oil filter should be drained and replaced on a regular basis as you follow your car’s maintenance schedule to ensure that internal engine parts are properly lubricated. If you ignore an oil change for too long, it could damage and reduce the lifespan of your engine. Once the motor oil becomes sludge, it no longer lubricates moving parts and does not remove heat the engine. This can lead to a complete engine failure that will require an engine rebuild or a new engine swap. NAPA Gold™ oil filters should be changed every 5,000 to 7,500 miles (8,047km to 12,070km) or at OE-recommended oil change intervals. NAPA Platinum™ oil filters should be changed every 7,500 to 10,000 miles (12,070km to 16,093km) or at OE-recommended oil change intervals.