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Audi Air Filter – Audi TT Engine Air Filter – 2009-14 2.0T
Audi Air Filter - TT 2009-14 w/ 2.0L 4 Cylinder Turbocharged Engine (CCTA and CETA) - Mahle
Product Part Number:
GC12020-L
Product Information:

Micro-star Mahle Original Engine Air Filter (VAG OEM Supplier)

Blauparts is pleased to offer Mahle Original engine air filters for your Audi TT! Mahle is an Official OE air filter manufacturer and has been supplying air filters to the German automakers for years. Since the late 1920's Mahle has set the standard in filtration as Germany’s premier automotive filter manufacturer. Mahle's continuous engineering and innovation is driven by performance. Mahle air filters use the latest generation in filter designs and state-of-the-art filter material.

$23.10
$14.65
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Please ensure your vehicle is listed below.
Vehicle Applications:
2009-2014
TT Coupe - Quattro w/ 2.0L 4 Cylinder 16 Valve Turbocharged Engine Code CCTA or CETA
2009-2009
TT Coupe - Non-Quattro w/ 2.0L 4 Cylinder 16 Valve Turbocharged Engine Code CCTA
2009-2014
TT Roadster - Quattro w/ 2.0L 4 Cylinder 16 Valve Turbocharged Engine Code CCTA and CETA
2009-2009
TT Roadster - Non-Quattro w/ 2.0L 4 Cylinder 16 Valve Turbocharged Engine Code CCTA
Technical Information:
Extend your Audi TT engine life and reduce maintenance costs with regular engine air filter changes. The engine air filter is responsible for the removal of dirt, particles, dust, and soot before entering the engines air intake system. This prevents accelerated internal engine wear or damage and sensitive electronic component damage.

We recommend replacing your Audi TT air filter once a year or every 30,000-40,000 miles, which ever occurs first. Vehicles that drive consistently down dirt or gravel roads should have the engine air filter replaced more frequently, such as 30,000 miles. Those spending more time on clean roads can change there engine air filter less frequently, such as 40,000.

Also something to consider is forced induction engines ingest a higher volume of air into the intake system when compared to a non-forced induction engine. This gives more opportunity to dirty or clog the engines air filter. Forced induction engines with turbochargers or superchargers should have the air filter changed more frequently such as every 30,000 miles.