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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Importance of replacing your old car air-filter with new car air-filter

Air Pollution is one of the most rampant problems in the environment today. Figures have it that almost two thirds of the residents in the United States believe that this problem has gotten worse. Recent statistics says otherwise. According to it, air pollution has significantly decreased over the years.

Much of this can be attributed to the fact that cars nowadays have modernized emission systems. Today, you’ll have to put 20 cars together in order to match the level of carbon monoxide emission a model from 50 years ago produces. That’s how big the improvement is! Also there have been certain efforts that the government undertook which greatly helped in the alleviation of this problem.

However, all these efforts will be in vain if you have a faulty car air filter since it’s the one responsible for keeping foreign particles from entering your car’s engine. Once these particles enter, it can cause great damage to it. We all know that air pollution is present in the air we breathe. But do you know that it can occur inside your car as well? Faulty air filters can affect the quality of air that circulates in the car. So if there’s an awful smell in your car or you’ve been coughing more frequently lately, better have your air filter checked.

If you don’t have the time or budget to have your air filter checked by a professional, do it by yourself. Since air filters are classified under replaceable parts, it is quite easy to take out and install. All you have to do is open the air filter compartment, remove the old one and put the new one in place. That’s it. Just be careful not to damage the surrounding parts while doing the process. And you’re all done.

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