Used Dacia Duster Air Filter Box

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About Air Filter Box

The Duster Dacia air filter box houses the Duster Dacia air filter, a crucial part of the car's air intake system. The Duster Dacia air filter improves the performance of the engine, enabling it to work as efficiently as possible whilst increasing the life of the engine.     

Air needs to be as clean as possible before it mixes with the fuel and burns in the cylinders of the car's engine. The Duster Dacia air filter protects the engine, by filtering the air coming into the engine, collecting dust and other particles before they can get into the engine and cause damage. The air filter also helps to silence the engine to a degree, in that the sound is absorbed by the filter.

The Duster Dacia air filter box is connected to the car's air intake, allowing the Duster Dacia air filter to catch particles and filter the air at the point the air enters the air induction system. The Duster Dacia air filter box assists also in the direction of air flow.

If the Duster Dacia air filter box gets damaged, it's possible that some air will be entering the car's engine without being filtered which is not good. A broken air filter box could compromise the air filter it is meant to be protecting. Any damage to the Duster Dacia air filter can cause serious problems that can lead to engine damage if not addressed.

Dacia trivia

  • Renault invested almost 500-million euros on bringing the Pitesti factory up to scratch in 2002. That new factory was seriously tested with the launch of the Dacia Solenza in 2003, which in turn paved the way for the excellent Dacia Logan. The Logan became one of the top-selling cars in Europe and in Russia.
  • The Dacia Sandero won the What Car? Best Value Car For Less Than £10,000 in 2019, and the Honest John Satisfaction Index in 2018.
  • In 2019, Dacia was named Manufacturer of the year in the Top Gear Awards, surprising everyone. Top Gear called Dacia the "torch-bearer for anti-fashion cars. They're cheap and they work and we love them."
  • The Dacia 1410 was an attempt to break into the minivan market, but it kept not quite making it to production. After adding front headlights from a Nissan Primera, the 1410 proved too odd for motorists, and the production run only lasted for two years before it was cancelled in 2006.
  • The 1989 revolution in Romania saw the newest Dacia called the 1325 Liberta, and it stayed in production right up to 1999.