West Coast Rovers Lake Forest, CA

Specializing in Land Rover Service and Repair

West Coast Rovers Lake Forest, CA - Specializing in Land Rover Service and Repair

Clean Air for Your Engine: A New Engine Air Filter at West Coast Rovers

All of us LAKE FOREST car owners know we have to get the oil changed in our minivans periodically. That’s just part of good car care. But when Irvine service advisors change your oil, they also usually inspect your air filter. That’s why they sometimes let you know that your air filter needs to be changed before releasing your minivan.

Don’t just chock this up to trying to sell you something else. Foothill Ranch car owners really do need to change their air filter when it gets dirty. You can check your owner’s manual to see how often your air filter should need to be changed, but remember, if you live in an area in CA with poor air quality, or if you drive a lot or drive under harsh conditions in the Irvine area, you may need to change that filter more often than is recommended.

Changing an air filter isn’t guesswork. If a filter’s dirty, it needs to be replaced. Air filters aren’t very costly at West Coast Rovers in LAKE FOREST. But the problems they cause if LAKE FOREST car owners don’t change them can get to be costly.

For every gallon of gas your minivan burns, it needs 12,000 gallons of air. Clean filters allow better airflow into your engine, which means that your engine will get more air more quickly. That means your minivan engine runs more efficiently.

Dirty air filters cut airflow to your engine. All the debris in the filter clogs up the spaces the air needs to pass through to get to the engine. This dirty air can damage expensive electronic components.

If you are in tune with your minivan, you’ll notice a difference when you change a really dirty air filter for a clean one. Your minivan may actually purr for you again. Its performance improves when it has a new, clean filter. So remember, changing your air filter is one of the most important elements of preventive maintenance. At West Coast Rovers, it’s inexpensive, it’s effective, and it’s critical.