I don't know much about cars but I used to work as a cashier in an oil change shop. If we were out of a certain oil filter, we ran to another location to get one. I don't remember anyone ever using a different one than recommended. It would be much safer to go to a store and get the right one for your vehicle. They usually have a book that tells you which one to get and the filter is a lot cheaper than a new car. Like I said, I'm no expert, I just think it would be better to be safe than sorry.
I'm not a mechanic, nor do I play one on TV, but common sense says "Is it worth saving $4.00 to risk your engine? Do manufacturers make 60 zillion oil filters because it doesn't matter? The only exception I make to using an oil filter that isn't listed for it is a 3100 GM motor that calls for a FRAM ph3387a. If room is available, I use a PH3980 (if I remember correctly, I need to be in front of the shelf!) Anyways, it is the same except it holds more oil. There are different specs on pressure, filtration, blah, blah, blah. The point is : YES It Matters! And don't buy a cheap cheeseball one! I use FRAM, it isn't the supreme oil filter, but it handles 3,000-mile oil changes very well.
I have a 1991 Mitsubishi Eclipse I bought used, and when I serviced it for an oil change, I discovered that the recommended oil filter would not fit because of frame-engine clearance problems. After calling many service reps and parts stores, I ended up going to Wal-Mart and COMPARING filters by matching identical gasket sizes and choosing the filter size I knew would fit in the space available. It works well for me, but do whatever you can to use the original or recommended parts. This was a problem I could solve no other way. -Ted
YES! 3 quick things on an oil filter and engines oil pressure. Vehicles have different oil pressures, which will require different oil filters that hold certain pressures. Secondly the thread on the filter and your vehicle's filter spindel need to be a perfect match. And finally the gasket on the oil filter need to be the size your vehicle requires to secure filter on spindel without any leaks. IMPORTANT: be sure to remove the oil gasket from the old filter because when you install the filter you wanna oil the gasket to prevent it from sticking and melting a little onto the mounting plate. 2 gaskets is not a pretty picture once you start your vehicle. The oil will gush out like there is no tomorrow.
Why would you want to know the size of the thread on the oil filter? All spin on filters have rolled threads and as long as you buy a filter that is made for your car it will fit. You don't need a wrench to fit the threads just spin the filter on and off.
R85372 oil filter fit
They make a filter for every car/truck, anything with an engine.
a oil filter part of the car
No that filter does not fit a Ford of any kind.
Purlator l15313 oil filter what dose it
Standard Chrysler passenger car oil filter.
hi can i service my Honda fit 2002 car
A ? to 1986 4.2 Jeep CJ-7.
Buy the correct filter for your car and it will fit. If you mean how to install it then oil the gasket and tighten the filter 3/4 turn after it makes contact with the mounting surface. Do not over-tighten.
what make of car does this go on
See the related link.
2000 Toyota Avalon
2000 dodge neon
honda ph 13
A 1996 Jeep Cherokee.
Car Quest oil filter 85036 fits 1995 Pontiac Bonneville.
There is no direct cross reference for this part number. This is a oil filter designed to fit multiple import applications based off of thread size of the screw part of the filter. More or less, this is a universal oil filter. It is a brand called Promotive which is manufactured by Purolator. You only need 8 part numbers to fit nearly 98% of every vehicle on the road. If it were me, I would use a shop that does not use this universal fit oil filter. I would demand an exact fit filter for your car.
It's special in the way it must fit your car. Otherwise, you can purchase a generic model and install it.
2005 Ford Focus ZX5