To run efficiently and as smoothly as possible, your car needs clean oil. Items like dirt and debris that could potentially harm your vehicle's engine and other major parts are filtered out by your oil filter. You don't want to wait to replace oil filters at the last minute - this means they are already likely clogged and not running efficiently. Instead, you want to change out your oil filters on a manufacturer recommended timeframe, usually every time you change your oil. There are many signs you should pay attention to as well in case you need to make a replacement earlier than expected. If an oil filter is clogged, it prevents the right amount of oil from getting through to your engine parts. This lack of lubrication can cause them to generate more heat than normal, which can result in your engine overheating. If you notice this, check the condition of your oil filter. You might notice loud sounds that can also be caused by reduced oil flow. Metal parts can grind and rub together, producing these noises. Your engine also might experience a loss of power. Find OEM replacement oil filters for your Audi here on our site.
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