2014 Dodge Durango Air Filter

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2014 Dodge Durango Air Filter

There are two fundamental air filters in your 2014 Dodge Durango. The engine air filter is located in the engine bay and is used to filter out unhealthy and unpredictable particles that may cause damage to your vehicle's engine. If the engine air filter is not replaced properly at the appropriate intervals, the build-up can affect the performance of your engine and lead to both a loss of power and loss in fuel efficiency.

The cabin air filter is located either behind the glove compartment, under the dashboard, or under the hood of your vehicle. Ordinarily, it will be located behind the glove box. Just like engine air filters, cabin air filters in your 2014 Dodge Durango are designed to evenly clean the air as it moves through your heating, air conditioning, and ventilation system. The cabin air filter removes allergens such as pollen and dust. It will again trap pollutants such as smog & mold or other hazardous fumes. Schedule your next air filter service appointment with Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Bountiful online today or give us a call at 3854855488 and speak to a service advisor.

2014 Dodge Durango Cabin Air Filter

The basic function of your cabin air filter is to filter the air that travels through your heating and cooling ventilation system into your vehicle. This filter can catch exceptionally harmful pollutants & allergens including smog, pollen, mold, or dust.

2014 Dodge Durango Engine Air Filter

Simply put, the primary purpose of your 2014 Dodge Durango engine air filter is to clean the air from adverse particles such as dirt, dust, and other debris before it goes into your engine. All engines require a sizeable supply of air in order to burn fuel. Any foreign materials can damage your engine and become quite pricey to repair which is why you should regularly have your Dodge mechanic check your filters during every visit. At, we will perform a multi-point inspection for you completely free of charge. Schedule your appointment today!

2014 Dodge Durango Air Filter Replacement

Air filters on your vehicle should be checked each 10,000 miles but generally a replacement is only necessary each 15,000 to 30,000 miles depending on your driving habits. In some extreme cases, your engine air filter may need to be replaced each 10,000 miles. The cabin air filter, yet, should be changed more ordinarily to keep you and your passengers from breathing in unhealthy allergens. Repeatedly check your 2014 Dodge Durango maintenance guide located in your owner's manual for the most current maintenance recommendations.

2014 Dodge Durango Air Filter Change Near Me - Dodge Durango Air Filter Salt Lake City

At Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Bountiful, our Dodge certified technicians use certified OEM components and tools to examine and replace your engine air filter & your cabin air filter. Utilizing certified components not only saves you money in the long run by being of the highest quality but because of our relationship with the manufacturer, we're able to provide replacement components and services on your 2014 Dodge Durango at the most aggressive prices in town. Give us a call at 3854855488 or schedule your appointment online.

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How often should you replace car air filter?

Your 2014 Dodge Durango service manual states you should replace your engine air filter & cabin air filter every 10,000 miles in extreme conditions and every 15,000-30,000 miles in normal driving conditions. It's remarkably crucial to have your filters checked every time you take your vehicle in for an oil change. At Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Bountiful, we do this for free every time you visit. Since it's comparatively inexpensive, if you live in a high pollutant area or an area with an exceedingly high pollen count, it's a great idea for you to change your filters once per year. If your allergies are as bad as ours, you'll be glad you did! Schedule your appointment with Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Bountiful today!

2014 Dodge Durango Air Filter Price

Engine air filters normally cost anywhere between $20 - $45 depending on the type of filter required while cabin air filters usually cost between $15 - $35. Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Bountiful can install your filters for you in less than 30 minutes, saving you money on labor costs while receiving the best certified OEM parts. It's remarkably essential to use original air filters for your 2014 Dodge Durango rather than cheaper aftermarket parts because certified parts are made definitely for your car and will not only last longer, they work more effectively. Due to our relationship with the manufacturers, we're able to provide the right filter you need for a great price. Shop all our service specials here or our parts specials here. Give us a call at 3854855488 or book your air filter service appointment online!

How do you know if your 2014 Dodge Durango needs a new air filter?

It's really pretty easy to spot the need for a new engine air filter and a new cabin air filter. If your 2014 Dodge Durango needs a new engine air filter, you will seemingly notice some or all of the following symptoms:

  • Decrease in fuel efficiency
  • Dark smoke coming from the exhaust
  • Slow engine startup
  • Decrease in acceleration
  • Dirty air filter
  • Residue or grime build-up around engine air intake
  • Odd noises from the engine when idle
  • Service engine light on your dashboard

Below are generally common signs that your 2014 Dodge Durango cabin air filter needs to be entirely replaced:

  • Bad odor
  • Decrease in air flow
  • Abnormal increase in noise coming from your air vents