Changing an Air FilterInspecting the air filter is very simple and typically only involves opening the hood and finding the air filter box that is usually above the battery in the vehicle. Removing the clips that hold the lid of the box will allow you to easy access the air filter. You can quickly inspect the filter to determine if it needs to be changed. Some slight discoloration is acceptable; however an air filter that is dusty or dark should be changed to restore proper airflow to your vehicles engine. Checking the air filter of your engine is a simple process that only takes about five minutes.. Air filters remove debris from the air before it is allowed into the engine. If dirt where allowed to enter the engine it would cause premature failure. A fuel filter located in the fuel system ensures that debris in the gas tank is not passed through to the fuel injection system. A clogged fuel filter can cause low power and fuel sediments are the number one cause of system failure.
Changing a Fuel FilterRemove fuel filter connections from fuel lines. A small amount of fuel will leak out when connections are removed. Next remove the fuel filter mounting bracket bolt and remove filter. Replace with new and recheck for leaks.
Changing an Oil Filter
Changing an Air Cabin FilterTo replace the air cabin filter; locate and undo retainer clip to remove air cabin filter, compare the filter size to the replacement filter and reassemble. Note: clean the air cabin filter housing to help keep the vehicle inlet air clean. If further technical assistance is needed, our certified car repair technicians are ready to answer your car questions.Related Car Repair Information