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Is there a chart that will show FRAM oil filter interchangeability as many FRAM filters have the same gasket size and thread size?


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2010-08-18 02:25:35
2010-08-18 02:25:35

Wal-Mart has a little box in there automotive department. With the punch of a couple buttons you can get what your looking for.

NEVER guess as filters may APPEAR to be "all pretty close to the same" but you will do permanent damage by using the wrong thread, and even the same thread does not indicate the correct filter requirements.

From by the way has more restriction than most. Rule of thumb that I go by Use motor craft for ford, Ac delco for Gm, and Mopar for Dodge.


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no. gasket and thread are different.

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No. There is no thread on the lens for filters.

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Assuming you mean the pressure sender it is a pipe thread into the block, some teflon tape will help it seal. There is no gasket. The oil filter has an "O" ring on it that seals it to the block.

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