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Keeping your diesel truck maintenance up-to-date leads to better fuel economy, lower emissions, and longer overall engine lifespan. So, what's our top recommendation for keeping your diesel engine in shape?
Your air filter is under the hood inside a rectangular cold air collector box that's located up near the front of the engine compartment.
If your filter is clogged it can prevent the appropriate amount of air getting into the engine which will lead to decreased power output. Generally, you should get your air filter replaced every 12,000 miles, or have it checked out if you notice decreased engine power, weaker acceleration, or increased engine wear.
Diesel trucks typically don't need as routine of maintenance as gas vehicles — but staying on top of your (at least) annual maintenance services will help you reach those high mileage milestones.