Your Audi oil filter should be replaced each and every time that your oil is changed, which should be about every 3,000 miles, to ensure that the moving parts that depend on lubrication to function properly get the quality oil that they need. The Audi oil filter prevents the passing of particulate matter that could erode the inner workings of precision parts, rendering them no longer able to perform up to par. When it becomes dirty or clogged, the Audi oil filter may not let the oil flow as freely or as cleanly as it needs to, which can damage the parts that are depending upon that continuous lubrication, such as the pistons and various bearing in your vehicle. When replacing a dirty Audi oil filter, you choice of replacement is an important one, as you want to make sure that you do not sacrifice quality to price. With that said, however, price isn't necessarily an indication of quality when it comes to an Audi oil filter replacement. We make our Audi oil filter replacements available at prices that are low, but we only carry quality parts, and that is the difference between our low priced oil filters and the more generic types of oil filters that you may find in discount stores. A quality oil filter will have a system for keeping a bit of oil available to the parts that need it on the upper part of the engine, because when the vehicle is at rest, the oil moves down into the oil pan until the engine is started again and the oil is circulated by the oil pump. Most often this is a little valve, and our Audi oil filter replacements will make sure that those parts on the top side of the engine do have a bit of oil available for when the engine starts, keeping them lubricated until the circulation process gets started. You can order one our Audi oil filter replacements online or via our toll-free telephone number.