Q: Weird sound from air filter

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My car makes a wheezing sound when I turn the car off, it sound as if it's coming from the air filter or something it's odd, do I need to replace my filter? It's been cleaned before but is it bad should it be replaced?

My car has 164000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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