VIDEO: Air, Oil And Fuel Filter Capacity And Efficiency

VIDEO: Air, Oil And Fuel Filter Capacity And Efficiency

Air, oil and fuel filters are typically compared on efficiency and capacity. But, what do these numbers mean to the vehicle? Andrew Markel discusses what these numbers mean and what happens if a filter is left on a vehicle when the capacity has been exceeded. Sponsored by MAHLE.

Air, oil and fuel filters are typically compared on efficiency and capacity. But, what do these numbers mean to the vehicle? Andrew Markel discusses what these numbers mean and what happens if a filter is left on a vehicle when the capacity has been exceeded. Sponsored by MAHLE.

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