Pollen Filters Explained

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Whether you suffer from seasonal allergies or simply prefer the air in your car to remain fresh and clear, a pollen filter can be an invaluable accessory.

What do they do?

Filters help your car perform more efficiently and help to ensure the comfort of everyone inside the vehicle, but from time to time, they can get clogged with dust and debris.

This is a normal process - in fact, it means the filters are doing their job by keeping dirt and pollen out of your car. But it also means that you need to be ready to replace your filters on a regular basis to ensure everything remains in working order.

The pollen filter, which is also sometimes known as the cabin air filter, is usually your car's first defence against dust and dirt from outside. This means that it is likely to be the filter that you replace most frequently.

When do I need to replace it?

Often, you can tell if you need to replace your pollen filter just by looking at it - if it looks like it may need to be replaced, it probably does. To check where the filters can be found in your car, consult your owner's manual.

Can someone else replace it for me?

Of course, if you aren't sure where to start, or if you prefer to leave your vehicle in the hands of Brisbane car servicing experts, the team at Motorama can also check and change your filters as part of a routine car servicing.

Regularly maintaining your air filters can ensure your drive is as comfortable as possible, and that air circulates freely within your car. It is also an important detail to look after to ensure your car continues to run efficiently.

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