- September 3, 2017
- By AW
- In Brakes and Services
Not all vehicles have Cabin Air Filters, but if your vehicle was manufactured after 1980, there’s a good chance that it does! These filters help remove small particles from your air such as pollen, dust, and mold spores. So how do you know if it’s time to replace your Cabin Air Filter? Check to see
My dad spent his weekends in the driveway with his car. He took hours to wash every nook and cranny, inside and out, before he spent even more time carefully drying it with a super soft cloth. And he didn’t stop there. Dad tested his tire pressure on a regular basis. He even changed his
All of that ice, salt and slush can really do a number on your vehicle. That’s why we recommend giving your car or truck some extra attention in spring. Now’s the time to repair the damage winter did to everything from your underbody to your wiper blades.
Every time you press your gas pedal, you control not only the fuel, but also the air that passes through your filter and enters your engine. Yet, you would be surprised at the number of people that think air filters are no big deal and don’t need proper preventative maintenance.
If you’re unlucky enough to face seasonal allergies, you know that along with glorious fall weather comes the nuisance of sniffing and sneezing. Yet, as much as you need fresh air, so does your engine. Clean, filtered air helps your engine work properly. Your vehicle air quality can improve fuel efficiency and acceleration while reducing emissions.