Yes, it must be replaced regularly. Metal particles will wear down the filter during engine operation. The dust and dirt in the oil will deteriorate the performance of the oil, weaken the lubrication, stick to the moving parts, and increase the resistance. Metal particles will accelerate the wear of crankshafts, camshafts, other shafts and bearings in the engine, as well as the lower part of the cylinder and piston rings. This will result in increasing the clearance of the parts, increasing the oil demand and decreasing oil pressure. Due to the gap created between the cylinder liner and piston ring, the engine oil will rise to the top of the piston ring, causing burning oil and form carbon deposits. Meanwhile, the fuel is discharged to the oil pan, which causes the engine oil to become thinner and ineffective. This is extremely unfavorable to the performance of the engine leading to the emission of black smoke and severely dropping its power, forcing an overhaul in advance.
In general, an oil filter should be changed every 5,000 km or every half year, whichever comes first. Please refer to the OE maintenance manual for specific replacement guidelines.
Yes, it must be replaced regularly. The air filter will filter the impurities in the air sucked in by the engine and will help maintain proper engine power, torque and ensure low fuel consumption. If it is not replaced regularly, the dirty air will enter the combustion chamber directly. Impurities will act like sandpaper and can damage the piston rings, bushings and cylinders.
In general, an air filter should be changed every 10,000 km or every half year, whichever comes first. Please refer to the OE maintenance manual for specific replacement guidelines.
This concept is not correct. Cabin filters are of no importance to car engines, but are very important to the drivers. The cabin filter is different from the air filter. The cabin filter can protect the air conditioner in the car and also protects the driver and passengers from breathing dirty air from the outside of the vehicle. It delivers purified air to the cabin and ensures the cleanliness of the cabin air. It will protect the respiratory health of drivers and passengers.
In general, a cabin air filter should be changed every 10,000 km or every half year, whichever comes first. Please refer to the OE maintenance manual for specific replacement guidelines.
Yes, it must be replaced regularly. If the fuel filter is not replaced in time, it will result in insufficient power of the vehicle. If the fuel pressure is too high, it will cause incomplete gasoline combustion, high fuel consumption and easy to damage the three-way catalyst and oxygen sensor. Impurities in gasoline can block the fuel injection nozzle easily, resulting in increased fuel consumption, engine shaking, and damage to the fuel injection nozzle in severe cases. A clogged fuel filter will cause the engine to fail to start and may result in engine damage.
A fuel filter should be changed every 30,000 km or every year, whichever comes first. Please refer to the OE maintenance manual for specific replacement guidelines.