Why Spring Is The Perfect Time To Check And Replace Your Air Filters!

Why Spring Is The Perfect Time To Check And Replace Your Air Filters!

This may be British weather we are talking about but the weather is warming up!

Spring is the mid-season with cold days and nights soon to be over and the hot summer months are near. Most people plan their travels during Spring. This means your car and air filter have to work harder during Spring.

An air filter change is just as important as the battery, oil, engine, and tires are, there are other components that are equally essential for the smooth functioning of your vehicle. Air filters are one of the car's crucial components.

Not to mention if you suffer from hay-fever… Your air filters play a vital part in keeping pesky pollen away.

How often should you change your air filters?

For maximum efficiency, air filters need to be replaced every year or for every 12,000 miles.

A key part of your vehicle’s performance.

The purpose of an air filter is to keep debris from the key components of your vehicle, including the engine, fuel lines, radiator, and any part that has fluid or air. A clogged or dirty air filter becomes less efficient at doing its job. As a result, debris and pollutants enter the engine and other areas, which can lead to engine breakdown and poor performance.

Protect your vehicle from pollen.

Hay-fever is a sure-fire way to ruin a sunny spring day! Dirt and pollen can enter the engine and other components if not blocked by a quality air filter. In addition to decreasing your car’s performance, pollen and debris reduce air quality inside your vehicle. Therefore, it is important to have your air filters checked and replaced if necessary.

Don’t delay changing your filter and risk further damage to your vehicle.

Eurofit Autocentres are happy to help and are dedicated to keeping vehicle repair simple. Click here to head to our easy to use website and book without hassle online for your aircon service.

Passing by? Drop into your nearest Eurofit Autocentres and chat with our friendly and qualified technician who will have you back on the road in no time.

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