Replace Your Engine Air Filter At Full Throttle ServiceJul 23rd, 2014
When driving around Norfolk, your vehicle engine needs clean air to burn the fuel – and it needs a lot. In fact, a typical vehicle needs about 216,000 gallons (820,000 liters) of air for every tank of gas.
All that air passes through a filter that catches the dust and dirt. Eventually, the filter gets completely full. Because the filter can only hold so much, dirt starts getting through. This dirty air passes through the mass airflow sensor and starts to accumulate on the delicate sensor element. The mass air flow sensor measures how much air is getting into your engine. When the airflow reading is incorrect, your vehicle engine doesn't get the proper amount of fuel. It runs rough and doesn't perform as well as it should.
Eventually, the sensor is so damaged it needs to be replaced – which is pricey. In fact, you could buy a case or two of air filters for the cost of a sensor replacement.
Of course, that dirty air keeps on going through to your vehicle engine where it's burned along with the fuel. That dirties up your combustion chamber and increases harmful exhaust emissions - not a good thing for Norfolk air quality, not to mention our lungs.
When your friendly and knowledgeable Full Throttle Service service advisor brings out your dirty air filter and recommends a replacement, remember the cost and poor performance that can be waiting for you down the road if you neglect this simple service. Ask your Full Throttle Service advisor if it's time to replace your engine air filter.
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Full Throttle Service
1102 1/2 Riverside Blvd
Norfolk, Ne 68701
At Full Throttle Service we install quality NAPA replacement parts.