Are you wondering how often you should change your air filter? It's a common question. The air filter is a key part of your Audi model and should not be ignored. Air filters prevent impurities from entering the engine and deliver clean airflow. Depending on your driving habits and weather conditions, the engine air filter should be replaced about every 15,000 to 30,000 miles. If you drive a vehicle with a turbocharged engine, you may need to replace it sooner.

You can tell your air filter needs to be replaced by taking a look at it. For example, if you see areas of black where the air enters, it might be time for a replacement. You can schedule a service appointment with the experts at our Audi service center, and our technicians will replace it for you. For drivers who want to do it themselves, reference your vehicle's owner manual.

How Do I Know When to Change my Car's Air Filter?

There are a few signs that may indicate you need to change your car's air filter. These signs include:

  • There is a lack of power when you accelerate
  • Your engine tends to slow down unevenly
  • You see that your fuel level is dropping faster than usual
  • There is black, dense smoke coming from your tailpipe

Visit Audi Westwood near Sharon for Air Filter Service

If you have questions regarding your vehicle's air filter, please don't hesitate to reach out to our service department. You can set up your next appointment online or by giving our specialists a call. We'd like to thank our Canton drivers for choosing the Audi Westwood service center.

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