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I need some oil filters. Does anyone know good oil filters? I like Purolator PureOne and it used to be $6 and now $8.
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I need some oil filters. Does anyone know good oil filters? I like Purolator PureOne and it used to be $6 and now $8.
K&N
Mobil 1
Amsoil
Wix
But they are all more than $8
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I need some oil filters. Does anyone know good oil filters? I like Purolator PureOne and it used to be $6 and now $8.
They're still the best buy.
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I use WIX almost exclusively. Napa 'Gold' is also Wix, if you happen upon a sale.
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If that one doesn't work then use FE83ABX for 25% off.
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I need some oil filters. Does anyone know good oil filters? I like Purolator PureOne and it used to be $6 and now $8.
Its hard to beat a Fram, I have worked on cars most of my life & never had a fram fail or cause any other harm to engine... most cars price usally around 5 bucks.
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Its hard to beat a Fram, I have worked on cars most of my life & never had a fram fail or cause any other harm to engine... most cars price usally around 5 bucks.
Fram filters are total garbage in my opinion. Would never use them
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Fram filters are total garbage in my opinion. Would never use them
Based on what? Not slamming you, just curious what the actual reason is when people post here about certain brands being garbage. Did it fail? Once? Repeatedly? Due to manufacturer defects? Or you just don't like Fram like some SDers automatically dislike Bose and Apple products? I am not a Fram fanboy. In fact, I am not brand loyal at all.

I have been doing my oil changes for decades and never had any name brand oil filter fail. The only times I had issues with oil filters were due to installer error at fast lube places by bonehead employees.

Same is true with oil. Some people here are super opinionated about motor oil. The reality is that if one uses an API certified oil in the viscosity recommended by the manufacturer and changes it per schedule, your engine will run just fine.
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Honda recommends 5W20 for my Pilot with 175K miles. I have been using 5W20 (synthetic will switch to conventional later) for years, however, my mechanic says since it has now high mileage it's better to use either 5W30 or 10W30. I need your opinion. Thanks.
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Honda recommends 5W20 for my Pilot with 175K miles. I have been using 5W20 (synthetic will switch to conventional later) for years, however, my mechanic says since it has now high mileage it's better to use either 5W30 or 10W30. I need your opinion. Thanks.
I have a 2004 Honda Accord with 200,000 miles. I have used conventional 5W20 for the life of the car. I buy whatever API certified 5w20 is on sale. Daughter in school drives it now and engine runs better than some newer cars her friends drive.

Change it on schedule per manufacturer recommendations and all will be fine.
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I have a 2004 Honda Accord with 200,000 miles. I have used conventional 5W20 for the life of the car. I buy whatever API certified 5w20 is on sale. Daughter in school drives it now and engine runs better than some newer cars her friends drive.

Change it on schedule per manufacturer recommendations and all will be fine.
I have 1997 Honda Accord SE with 240,000 miles runs like champ it has some leaks and it's now at the dealer for fixes dealer is changing timing belt, leak fix and total bill is $1,500+tax. By the way, I don't like CVT transmission and I heard there are a lot of issues.
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I have 1997 Honda Accord SE with 240,000 miles runs like champ it has some leaks and it's now at the dealer for fixes dealer is changing timing belt, leak fix and total bill is $1,500+tax. By the way, I don't like CVT transmission and I heard there are a lot of issues.
My 04 Accord does not have a CVT tranny so cannot comment on that. But $1500 to fix a 97 with 240K is a lot of money. Is the car even worth that? Maybe to you it is, and if so, I hope it all works out for you. Good luck.
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My 04 Accord does not have a CVT tranny so cannot comment on that. But $1500 to fix a 97 with 240K is a lot of money. Is the car even worth that? Maybe to you it is, and if so, I hope it all works out for you. Good luck.
Nothing wrong with it, but this could be my major expense on that car, I will drive it until it gives up. It could be worth about $2,000 now.
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Went to pick up an air filter and the code applied and appeared to show up correctly in the discount box, but never seemed to adjust the price on the checkout page like it used to. Anyone else hitting that issue? I guess it might be excluded from the sale? It's just a Purolator air filter.

EDIT: Never mind ... I see on the page where it says that item is excluded from the promotion.
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