Your vehicle uses over 12,000 litres of air for every litre of fuel you burn. That’s almost 400 litres of air every block! And all that air needs to be filtered to keep your engine clean and your fuel economy good. The Engine Air Filter cleans the air before itâ€™s burned in your engine, filtering out dust, pollution and pollen.
When your filter is dirty, dirt passes through to the engine and can gum up the combustion chamber and impact your engineâ€™s performance, and it can restrict the amount of air that actually gets fed into your engine. Replacing your engine air filter is one of the easiest and least expensive maintenance procedure you can have done. In fact, it might just pay for itself with fuel savings before your next oil change!