NAPA Filters changing KNOW HOW, at your service
NAPA Filters knows you’re the kind of guy who gets a lot of satisfaction from doing your own vehicle maintenance. You change your own oil and oil filter, air filter, fuel filter, and, depending on when your vehicle was made, your dirty, clogged-up cabin air filters. But, even if you’ve been working on your own cars and trucks for years, you want to make sure you’re still following the right filter change schedule and know how to change filters correctly. The pros at your local NAPA AUTO PARTS store are right here to help you keep up with do-it-yourself filter changing.
Find Your Filter
Filters have come a long way since your dad and granddad first started working on their own cars. We know because we set the standard for filtration back in 1966. Today, NAPA Filters makes filters based on how you drive and how often you do maintenance.
It’s easy to find out about our newest filters—just click on the icons below for the filter you need to change: oil, air, fuel or cabin air.
Choose your filter type to learn more:
For conventional oil change intervals, select our standard SilverNAPAFilters™. For OE oil change intervals that recommend longer than conventional oil change intervals or when using synthetic blended oils, choose our premium GoldNAPAFilters™. If your vehicle faces severe or harsh driving conditions, such as stop-and-go traffic or driving on salt-treated roads, or if you use fully synthetic motor oils and demand higher performance and greater engine protection, select our ultra-premium PlatinumNAPAFilter™.
NAPA offers two air filter options – SilverNAPAFilters™ and GoldNAPAFilters™, each designed to prevent microscopic dust particles from damaging cylinder walls, pistons and piston rings.
Our gold fuel filters are designed to filter out contaminants that can plug fuel injectors or carburetors, causing engine malfunction and deterioration.