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The purpose of a fuel filter is to protect your engine from small, harmful
impurities such as dirt and debris. The fuel filter strains these small
impurities in your gas before it enters your engine, so only pure gasoline is
used. If debris enter the engine, even tiny rust particles, it causes
unnecessary wear and tear in the engine components and wreaks havoc
on the overall system.
Every vehicle has a fuel filter. Over time, the fuel filter will get clogged and
become less permeable. Driving a car with a bad fuel filter can have your
vehicle break down on the side of the road. Usually, there will be a number
of warning signs that tell you when your fuel filter needs to be replaced:
It is important that the fuel filter is changed regularly. Most manufacturers
recommend changing it every 50,000 km. Check your owner’s manual to
determine exactly how long your fuel filter stays useful.
Fixing a bad fuel filter is quite simple and inexpensive. But you must
remember that failing to address these rather minor issues in time can lead
to more serious problems that will incur much more repair cost, such as a
damaged fuel system or an erratic engine.
Our technicians at Right Way Auto Repair can help you identify whether the
fuel filter is the issue. Call us at 905-381-9285 or
contact us online to
have your fuel filter inspected and replaced to ensure your vehicle receives
the fuel it needs.