Volkswagen is a famous automaker known for efficient, long-lasting, safe, and reliable vehicles. Much of your Volkswagen’s world-class performance involves primary systems operating at their best. Several primary automotive systems have filters cleaning air and fluids. These filters get clogged and require replacement services. Our service center provides the filter replacement services that your Volkswagen needs. Certified technicians complete filter replacement services with OEM-certified parts. Continue reading about the OEM-certified replacement filter advantage and schedule service today at Sheehy Volkswagen of Hagerstown, near Falling Waters, Waynesboro, Funkstown, and Robinwood, MD.
We know that the local parts stores have shelves stocked with aftermarket filters; however, Volkswagen owners should understand that choosing OEM-certified filters will yield the best results. OEM-certified filters adhere to Volkswagen’s strict engineering and performance standards. Aftermarket filters fall short of these standards, exposing your Volkswagen to the risks of substandard fluid and air filtration within crucial primary systems. Volkswagen OEM-certified parts are backed by a warranty, ensuring the perfect fit and durable performance while preserving your hard-earned money for the expected customer satisfaction.
The engine lubrication system features a filter responsible for keeping the motor oil as clean as possible. Oil filters remove harmful debris such as metal shavings, protecting the oil’s viscosity and engine’s moving parts. Every oil change service should include installing a new oil filter at peak performance.
Fuel contains sediments that should never penetrate the fuel induction system and combustion chamber. Fuel tanks can also harbor unwanted bacteria and mold that could get to the engine if not for the fuel filter. Volkswagen recommends fuel filter replacement service every 20,000 miles, every other full-synthetic oil change for newer models.
Your Volkswagen’s HVAC system has a strategically placed cabin air filter removing airborne particulates, such as plant pollen, bacteria/mold spores, and harmful exhaust gasses. Cabin air filters promote the best driving experience when replaced every 15,000 to 30,000 miles.
The fuel induction system and engine benefit with the cleanest air possible. But we don’t drive in the cleanest air every day. The engine air filter supports engine performance while protecting it from damage by collecting debris, such as dust, road salt, sand, and dead insects. Volkswagen recommends a 60,000-mile engine air filter replacement. Also, inspect it alongside other services and replace it if clogged.
Volkswagen drivers can schedule filter replacement services by phone or on our website. The online service scheduler is always prepared to book your appointments at your convenience. We have knowledgeable service department staff available by phone when open if you have any questions about our services.