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How to Buy a Air Filter in 3 Easy Steps
 by: Ryan Tenney

Iíve got a confession to make. I donít like shopping for car parts. In fact, I always see it as an unnecessary expense that should magically fix itself. Guess what? Cars need air filters every 30,000 miles or so. Iím not a mechanic so I donít have a way to sell you an air filter over the web, but I can save you some bucks on either replacing or cleaning your air filter when the time comes. Iíve done the research so you donít have to.

1) Compare offers online. Since you are most likely reading this over the web, you can certainly take a look through the various auto part retailing websites. Just enter you car make and model and you should be all set to get an air filter delivered to your house in a matter of days. Online retailers generally donít pay for expensive real estate like other businesses do, so you might be able to get a good deal on one.

2) The junk yard. While you might think you are above visiting a junk yard, are you above saving a lot of money? Probably not. A quick stop in at the local junk yard might save you a lot of money compared to a new air filter. And, even better, this ties directly into point #1. A friend of my, Robert, needed an auto part so he looked online and found a junk yard. The junk yard shipped him a part that was almost new and he couldnít have been happier. Just cause an air filter is used, doesnít mean itís very used!

3) Consider not buying an air filter and saving all of your money. Clean it. Yes, air filters can be cleaned. In fact, if you clean your air filter, you can pretty much forget points #1 and 2. Clean out your air filter the right way and save all the money that you were planning on spending on a new or used air filter. However, cleaning your air filter isnít as easy as you might think it is. Find out how to do it once, and do it correctly.

About The Author

Ryan Tenney is author of ďThe Air Filter Cleaning Guide.Ē Grab your copy at http://www.airfiltermarket.com.

This article was posted on November 24, 2005

 

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