The engine and HVAC system in your Honda vehicle need protection from particulate -- things like road debris, insects, dust, and pollen, which, if they got into those systems, would wear out their parts fast. Air filters do the protecting, using pleated synthetic paper, foam, cotton, or metal media in a flat, circular, or cylindrical design to do it. An engine air filter helps safeguard engine parts like the air intake, while a cabin air filter helps shield heating and air conditioning parts.
Unfortunately, no air filter lasts forever. Eventually, they can both clog, and that causes even more trouble. An obstructed engine filter causes engine misfires and leads to increased emissions and lower gas mileage. A blocked cabin filter chokes airflow through your heater and air conditioner and leads to interior temperature problems, bad air quality, and engine stress. If you need to buy new ones, choose genuine OEM Honda.
Why Order OEM Honda Air Filters from Honda OEM Parts Online?
They'll be manufacturer-quality.
Honda manufactures them for its models specifically -- cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans. That means they'll be up to the quality standards you've come to expect from the brand you love. It also means they'll come guaranteed to fit and work with your ride, just like its factory air filters. You won't find better quality on the aftermarket.
You'll pay less.
Our air filters go for less than $10 to start, depending on model, and you can usually get them steeply discounted from MSRP on top of that. You won't find better pricing at a Honda dealership.
They'll carry a Honda warranty.
You're unlikely to find any OEM air filter that Honda makes defective in either materials or workmanship. If you happen to, though, the brand can take care of the problem. That kind of support, you may not get from aftermarket brands.
So, if you see the signs that it's time to replace air filters -- degraded or dirty fibers, warning lights on the dash, abnormal engine noise, engine misfires and power loss, acceleration problems, worsening gas mileage, black exhaust smoke coming out of the tail pipe, whistling and/or other weird sounds coming from the interior vents, unpleasant odors -- be sure to change them ASAP. Otherwise, take care of the job every 12,000 to 15,000 miles (no more than every 30,000 miles). Consult your owner's manual for more details on what to do and when to do it.
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