Your Honda vehicle came with factory air filters already installed. If it didn't, your vehicle's performance would suffer. So would your comfort level inside the cabin.
How Your Air Filters Work
The engine air filter sits at your engine's air intake, collecting debris and pollutants before they can make their way into the engine and do damage. Go too long without changing your engine air filter, and carbon can begin to build up and choke off the air flow. This hampers your engine's performance. Your cabin air filter is probably located behind your glove compartment and keeps your passenger space free of airborne contaminants and allergens. If it goes bad, your cabin air quality is lowered.
Signs That it's Time to Change Your Air Filters
Check your air filters if you experience any of these:
- Engine misfires
- Reduced fuel economy
- Weird engine noises
- The dashboard "Check Engine" light comes on
- Moldy or foul odors in the cabin
- Fluctuating cabin temperatures
- Your air vents emit a whistling noise
You should expect to change your air filters every 15,000 miles or so, but double-check your owner's manual for the recommended schedule. When yours do need to be switched out, make sure to use the right part for the job. That would be a genuine Honda air filter. Generic air filters may not fit properly, which means allergens and contaminants can sneak by. Honda air filters are made to fit your model, so you can trust their performance. Find yours in our online auto parts inventory. Order today and we'll get them shipped right out!
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