Health & Wellness for your Vehicle
from Mr. T
As the spring and summer season approaches so does the pollen problems. Your car sucks in fresh air and circulates in your engine as well as inside your automobile. Have your air and cabin filters checked regularly for leaves, pine needles and mold issues before they effect your health.
The cabin air filter which is located up underneath the glove box (on the right in picture) should be checked every 3 to 4 months. Filters that are clogged will cause heating and AC problems.
The engine sucks in air and the filter protects issues that could cause your engines performance. Many sensors in the engine count on fresh air to help run your emission system in your vehicle. Your air filter should be inspected regularly and changed at least once a year.
Maintaining the health & wellness of your vehicle will keep your car running more efficiently and prevent unnecessary repairs.