Contaminants, dirt, and debris do not belong in your vehicle. Your Ford has several types of air filters under the hood that are responsible for removing these things out of your vehicle. There is the engine air filter that is connected to the engine, working to prevent contaminants from getting inside the engine and causing damage. The air filter is going to work best when it's new and slowly wear down over time. The filter can start to build up with the dirt and debris it collects, causing your vehicle's engine to have issues or overwork. Your car's emissions can increase, power in your engine can be affected, and even your fuel economy can go down. You should be regularly changing the air filter so that this doesn't happen. The same goes for your cabin air filter. The cabin air filter is responsible for removing particles from the air that you breathe inside your car. It's important that you replace this regularly as well so that you are getting the cleanest air possible. You can find OEM air filters for your Ford here on our site.
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