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    Clean air and fluids keep your car running its best. Filters remove contaminants that can cause wear to your engine and transmission. They also help purify the air inside your vehicle so that it's clean to breathe. That's why it's so important to be familiar with all your filters and make sure they're replaced on time.

    OIL FILTER - Keeps your oil clean for longer engine life

    WHAT DOES IT DO? Removes dirt and contaminants out of your motor oil to prevent them from entering your engine and causing premature wear.

    HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE IT? Usually every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. Refer to your owner's manual for your specific interval.

    Upgrading to a premium air filter can give your engine greater protection in tough driving conditions.

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    AIR FILTER - Ensures that clean air enters your engine.

    WHAT DOES IT DO? Removes dirt and contaminants from the vehicle's air-intake system preventing them from entering your engine and causing wear that can cost you money.

    HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE IT? Usually every 12 months or 12,000 miles. Refer to your owner's manual for your specific interval.

    DID YOU KNOW? Two aspirin tablets worth of dirt can cause wear equivalent to 75,000 miles of normal driving.

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    CABIN AIR FILTER - Cleans the air you breathe in your car.

    WHAT DOES IT DO? Removes dust, pollen, mold spores and other contaminants as air enters the passenger's compartment of your vehicle.

    HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE IT? When you change your engine air filter every 12 months or 12,000 miles. Refer to your owner's manual for your specific interval.

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    PCV FILTER - Helps make sure clean air enters your engine.

    WHAT DOES IT DO? Keeps contaminants out of the engine crankcase.

    HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE IT? Every 12 months or 12,000 miles. Refer to your owner's manual for your specific interval.

    DID YOU KNOW? Not all vehicles have PCV valves. Click MANAGE MY VEHICLES to find out what you need for your car. If oil is present in the air box, change your PCV immediately.

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    BEATHER ELEMENT - Helps make sure clean air enters your engine.

    WHAT DOES IT DO? Works with the PCV filter to help control crankcase ventilation and reduce contaminated vapor emissions.

    HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE IT? Every 12 months or 12,000 miles. Refer to your owner's manual for your specific interval.

    Change your breather element with each air filter change. Requires minimum amount of time and ensures adequate airflow to maintain the correct intake vacuum pressure.

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    TRANSMISSION FILTER - Helps your transmission last longer.

    WHAT DOES IT DO? Removes harmful contaminants that can reduce performance and life of your transmission.

    HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE IT? Every 24 months or 24,000 miles. Refer to your owner's manual for your specific interval.

    Experiencing late or irregular shift patterns could be the first indication that your transmission filter needs to be changed.

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    FUEL FILTER - Protects your engine, gas mileage and performance.

    WHAT DOES IT DO? Removes rust, dirt and other contaminants from the fuel to prevent clogged fuel lines which can result in poor starting, performance and damage to your engine.

    HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE IT? Every 12 months or 12,000 miles. Refer to your owner's manual for your specific interval.

    An early indicator that your fuel filter needs servicing is loss of vehicle power/vehicle stalling.

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    TIP! An early indicator that your fuel filter needs servicing is loss of vehicle power/vehicle stalling.

    AutoZone has all the filters you need to keep your car running at its best, along with the expert advice to help you find, remove and install them yourself.

     
     
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