Stay Fresh: Change Your Air Filters


As a car owner, it is inevitable that you will need to do routine maintenance to keep your car running at its best. Most of these services will require a mechanic to perform, but areas you can take care of yourself are the cabin and engine air filters. Listed below is what cabin and engine air filters are and when to change them:
  • Cabin Air Filter- The cabin air filter is responsible for filtering out particles and pollutants like dirt and pollen and keeping them from entering through your cars air-conditioning and heating vents. Unless otherwise specified in your car owner’s manual the cabin filter should be changed every year or every 12,000 miles. (https://blog.firestonecompleteautocare.com/maintenance/faqs-about-your-cars-cabin-fuel-and-air-filters/)
  • Engine Air Filter- The engine air filter is responsible is responsible for filtering out particles and pollutants like dirt and contaminants and keeping them from entering the engine of your car. Unless otherwise specified in your car owner’s manual the engine filter should be changed every year or every 12, 00 miles. (https://blog.firestonecompleteautocare.com/maintenance/faqs-about-your-cars-cabin-fuel-and-air-filters/)
At Greiner Ford of Casper, we understand how important your car is to you and want to make sure it is running at its best. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your car's air filters come visit any of our Casper locations and speak with one of our experts.

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