Jeep Wrangler Air Filter Replacements in Smoky Lake

Jun 7,2022

One of the thrills of owning a Jeep Wrangler is the ability to tackle dirty, dusty trails head-on. Your air filter, though, might have a different opinion.  This component's job is to trap dirt particles to protect the engine cylinders, valves, pistons and piston rings. It also keeps harmful contaminants off the airflow sensor. Excessive clogging starves the engine of necessary air, which reduces performance and increases fuel economy. If your Wrangler is overdue for an air filter change, book a service appointment with our experts at St. Paul Dodge in Alberta. Under normal driving conditions, you should change the air filter every 20,000 km. However, severe operating conditions require a shorter interval every 10,000 km is recommended. As a rule of thumb, the air filter should be inspected at every oil change to see if it is clogged and needs replacing. Your Technician can recommend the ideal interval for air filter changes based on the typical driving conditions of your Jeep Wrangler. Don't drive with a dirty filter and risk the expense of an extensive repair, like a complete engine replacement. Instead, give your Jeep the attention it deserves with regular oil changes and filter inspections with our service experts at St. Paul Dodge in Alberta. To schedule an appointment or learn more about recommended service intervals for your vehicle, contact our team today.