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Discover How To Choose The RIGHT Oil Filter For Your Car. Don't waste money on a too expensive filter, BUT don't get a cheaply made filter that won't work.

Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 49 years, shows how to pick the right oiil filter for your car. Learn a few simple things and keep your engine purring along for decades.

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amitwilkes
amitwilkes

I use the cheapest Supertech filter from walmart. Use cheapest supertech conventional oil about 10$ for 5 quarts. Change every 3k miles. 257k miles on the car, original engine. Check out our valentines day gifts for her selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops.

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

Editor

yes, they just say use suction cause it's easier. Draining from the bottom is better

Vinayako
Vinayako

Hey Scotty. In my car manual it says "The engine oil must be replaced with suction with approved equipment" Whats your opinion?
IsnĀ“t it enough to just empty the old oil and refill? and the get a new oil filter?

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

Editor

well thanks.

Anthony Zingale
Anthony Zingale

I gave you your 50th view on that video at 7:00 AM Central Standard Time.

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

Editor

those are decent filters, but they won't hold up as long as these syn filters

ScottyJ
ScottyJ

Hey Scotty, What do you think of the OEM filters like I get for my Hyundai? Do they hold up as well as the extended life Synthetic material you talk about here?