Replacing your Kia vehicle's air filters regularly is important. They act as an extra layer of protection for your engine and HVAC system. Without them, your vehicle's performance and your air quality would both begin to suffer.
When Should I Replace My Air Filters?
Like other parts of your Kia car or SUV, you'll eventually need to replace your air filter. The best way to find out if it's time to change it is to reference your owner's manual. Most recommend replacing it every 12,000 to 15,000 miles or so, depending on your model. Your engine air filter is located near the air intake, while the cabin air filter is typically either behind the glove compartment or under the front cowling on the passenger side.
There are many benefits to replacing your air filters, including improved fuel efficiency, reduced emissions, and prolonged engine lifespan.
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