Your Audi has two different types of air filters. The engine air filter is designed to clean air before it goes into the engine for internal combustion. The air conditioning filter is designed to clean the air before it goes through the vents of the cabin. Checking and changing your air filter is a relatively simple process. You should check your air filter regularly as part of performing regular maintenance on your vehicle. If you notice that it is dirty or clogged, it should be replaced. A clogged air filter will prevent clean air from entering your engine. If you don't replace a dirty air filter, you may run into problems like poor gas mileage, engine misfires, reduced power, a fuel smell when starting your vehicle, or your check engine light might be lit on your dashboard. Dirty cabin air filters will cause an unpleasant odor inside of your vehicle from the vents. You don't want to breathe dirty air in your home, and you don't want to breathe dirty air in your vehicle either. Neither does your engine want to breathe dirty air. Here at Benzel Busch, you can find genuine OEM air filter replacements for your specific model Audi vehicle. Check out all of our air filter options below!
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