This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SummerCarCare #CollectiveBias
I have found with the day to day of life, kids, work, friends and everything else, I don’t always accurately remember when we got new tires, when we had an oil change or when we changed the air filter. The car maintenance log is an easy and convenient way to track these things and help you keep a schedule for suggested maintenance.
- First, put the car hood up.
- Find the filter housing.
- Unclip the two clips.
- Remove the dirty filter and replace it with the clean filter.
- Re-clip the clips to secure the filter.
It was so simple it is installed in 5 minutes and I’m confident next time I could do it alone. Now to learn how to do it on my van and I can always replace the air filters! That would be so cool. Now we will put this information in our car maintenance log so we know when it’s about time to replace the air filter again. FRAM recommends changing your air filter annually or every 12,000 miles, however, you should follow recommended change intervals as noted in your vehicle owner’s manual.
So there you have it, you can now change your own air filter in your car and keep track of all your car’s maintenance, repairs and replacement parts.
Can you do any car maintenance yourself? Tell me what you know how to do, I’d love to know!