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2009 Ford Edge
Air Filters

Not sure which 2009 Ford Edge Air Filters are right for you? We have over 14810 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"The K&N filter was easy to install and I have noticed an increase in gas mileage on both of my vehicles that I installed them in." —Augustus J from Tupelo, MS bought a K&N Air Filters for a 2009 Ford Edge.

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K&N Air Filters

Fits as advertized

I have put these filters in all of the vehicles I have owned. As for the extra power and gas mileage, it really isn't perceptable. The longevity factor makes these filters worth it. They also are better at filtering the fine particles. View more reviews...
Posted By Gayland D (Ferron, UT) / May 11, 2010
2009 Ford Edge
AEM DryFlow Air Filters

AEM Dry Flow Filter review

This filter is as advertised. It fit my 2008 Ford Edge very well. The non oil surface will make the maintaining of this filter a lot easier to take care of. View more reviews...
Posted By Tim B (Lynnville, TN) / June 22, 2014
2008 Ford Edge
K&N Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters

Regular Maintenance

original filter had been in place for 4 yrs with nearly 50,000 miles on it. i noticed a decline in performance & fuel economy. ordered a replacement filter, easy install and back to good running health in no time. K&N is GOOD for your engines. I would recommend it to anyone. View more reviews...
Posted By Terry S (HANOVER, VA) / December 16, 2022
2008 Ford F-250

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Monday, December 10, 2018

What Do Air Filters Do?

How Air Filters Work The internal combustion engine in your vehicle is really just a big, complex air pump. Air gets sucked in, mixed with fuel, burned and sent back out in the form of exhaust. But since air around motorways tends to be dusty, dirty, debris-laden, there needs to be a filtration device to […] The post What Do Air Filters Do? appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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