Filter Change

Filter Change

 A vehicle with clean filters runs more efficiently than one with dirty filters because there are fewer impurities to bog down your engine. And fewer impurities means the engine doesn’t have to work as hard – and this all adds up to better driving day to day, and an engine that runs longer.

Clean Air Filters:

  • Trap dirt particles that can damage your engine
  • Optimize the mix of fuel and air in your engine, which equals better fuel economy
  • Improve horsepower and engine performance 

Clean Cabin Air Filters:

  • Clean the air you breathe from dust, pollen and other airborne particles
  • Optimize your heating and cooling system 

Clean Fuel Filters:

  • Optimize your fuel flow
  • Protect your fuel injection components from impurities 

Every maintenance schedule contains a complete set of filter services designed to help keep clean filters in your vehicle. It’s a convenient way to make sure everything in your vehicle is taken care of properly.

Signs You May Need A New Fuel Filter

Your fuel filter might need replacement if you:

  • Feel your car jerk at high rpms
  • Experience an engine that doesn’t start (check your battery and ignition system first)

Signs You May Need A New Cabin Air Filter

A dirty cabin air filter won’t necessarily affect the way your vehicle drives, but it does affect the air you breathe through your ventilation, heating and air conditioning system. A clean filter helps to reduce pollen, dust, mold and other airborne particles, which is good for allergies. Please refer to your vehicle maintenance schedule for the cabin filter

Battery Service
Brake Service
Driving Tips
Engine Service
Filter Change
Fuel Saving Tips
Oil Change
Shock & Strut Service