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- It helps to confine the entry of the solid and gaseous pollutants in the interiors of the engine, which could adversely affect the longevity of engine parts and cause wear and tear to the engine as well. Our air filters are designed to fasten the movement of the machinery, secure the engine and reduce the enterprise users’ expenditure, efforts and resource engagements on its recurring servicing and maintenance.
|Manufacturer Part Name||Air Filter|
|Usage Steps||| Open your car’s hood and find the engine air filter housing. It’s a black plastic box that sits on top of or to the side of the engine. You will see a large hose sticking out of its side. | Open the air filter housing and take out the old air filter (use caution when removing the housing cover as it may have wiring harness and electrical components attached to it). The air filter housing can be fastened together with screws, clips, clamps or wing nuts. Take note of what kind of fasteners are used and select the appropriate tool to remove them. To open the air filter housing, you simply remove the fasteners, remove the top of the air filter housing and take out the air filter. Remove any dirt or debris that is in the housing by wiping it out with a rag. | Inspect the old engine air filter to make sure that it is dirty and needs changing. Look inside the pleats, if you see a lot of dirt, it is time to change the air filter. You can also tap the filter and if dirt falls out, your air filter is past its prime and needs replacing. | Place the new engine air filter in the filter box. Insert it with the rubber rim facing up. Ensure that it is seated correctly. | Put the top of the housing back on and put the fasteners back on.|
|Advantages||| For a better car performance, when the air flowing into the engine is clean, the mixture of fuel and air supports maximum power. | To save on fuel, decrease fuel consumption by ensuring good combustion. | To avoid black smoke, when the air filter is clogged, the fuel combustion is incomplete and leads to dirty exhaust smoke which is a bad sign. | To avoid dust particles change Air Filters for every 20,000 km or 2 years.|