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Old 06-04-2003, 12:27 PM   #1
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Do i just get this at the local auto parts store?
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Old 06-04-2003, 12:31 PM   #2
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honda/acura has them, free sometimes
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Old 06-04-2003, 12:39 PM   #3
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Does pepboys or autozone carry these? You have to replace it with a new one everytime you change your oil right?
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Old 06-04-2003, 12:57 PM   #4
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hahahaha..."thrillhouse." funny
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Does pepboys or autozone carry these? You have to replace it with a new one everytime you change your oil right?
Go to Acura to buy your oil filter, and they should give a washer with the filter for free... Please tell me your not putting a FRAM oil filter on there or something... ...
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go to autozone and get a stp oil filter (part number s2808) its the same filter as bosch premium adn mobile 1 premium......but it costs 2.99 rather than 8.99!!!! then got to acura/honda and get some crush washers, might as well get a couple for the future!
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go to autozone and get a stp oil filter (part number s2808) its the same filter as bosch premium adn mobile 1 premium......but it costs 2.99 rather than 8.99!!!! then got to acura/honda and get some crush washers, might as well get a couple for the future!
it's not the same.....there is a piece missing in the STP if you look into the filter...
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just get the oem filter. its only 5 bucks
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Old 06-04-2003, 03:25 PM   #9
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hahahaha..."thrillhouse." funny
Please post things that are on topic.

As for the question. Replace every oil change, they are cheap. Acura sells them, either order like 10 now. Or get one at autozone or pepboys. I ordered like 15 here, lol. Never can have enough
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go to autozone and get a stp oil filter (part number s2808) its the same filter as bosch premium adn mobile 1 premium......but it costs 2.99 rather than 8.99!!!! then got to acura/honda and get some crush washers, might as well get a couple for the future!
I'm guessing you got that from North Texas Prelude Owners Group (http://www.ntpog.org)oil filter review? Here's something I received from Todd Marcucci (the author):

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Champion Labs has redesigned a lot of their filters (Bosch, STP, SuperTech) and we're in the process of redoing our analysis. I haven't looked at the Bosch yet, but I DO know the STP and SuperTech are now radically inferrior
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Let's wait and see exactly how inferior the STP is now.
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gert a Mobil m105..its the best filter i have come across so far. The guys at the dealerhsip were amazed at its size
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Old 06-04-2003, 07:46 PM   #12
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I've never changed my crush washer on my Integra in the 4.5 years of owning it and changing the oil every 3K. No drips yet It's not the smartest of things to do but it has working for this old.
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same here, I just flip it over everytime. No leaks yet.
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If you're lookin for filter that you can pick up at NAPA etc, go for the K&N Performance Gold. Nice filter element, nut on top for easy removal, and most importantly it has the high pressure bypass/anti flowback valve like the OEM filters. Went to the dealership once, picked up like 20 crush washers for oil/tranny changes, and now I can just drive down the street and pick up a good quality filter without having to go allll the way to the honda/acura dealer to grab a honda filter.
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Old 06-04-2003, 11:44 PM   #15
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yup thers this little claw thing at the base of the filter missing. bosh and mobil 1 has both.
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hmmmmmmm they must have changed it.....no i didnt get it from the north texas prelude whatever..........well the stp is made by champion labs still i dont see why they would go from a great filter to a inferier one........oh well the autozone down the street is still selling the older stp's so maybe i will go and buy like 20 of them.....
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the crush washer is the washer that goes under the bolt right? how much is it?
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Yea, I too have never changed that crush washer OR the bolt in 57k miles, never once leaked.
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ya on customers cars I always replace the washer. But I don't even bother on my own teg. No leaks so far and i use synthetic.
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Old 06-06-2003, 08:29 AM   #20
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I put a new one everytime I change my oil.

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i never changed the washer or flip it...no leaks here either...and use stp oil filters...
question: is there a difference u can feel with a better filter or just better for the engine...(feel as in smother feeling when running the car)
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i never changed the washer or flip it...no leaks here either...and use stp oil filters...
question: is there a difference u can feel with a better filter or just better for the engine...(feel as in smother feeling when running the car)
You coudn't feel the difference. You might if you got a cheap one and it clogged on you, buring up the motor.
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can someone post a website or pics to locate the drain oil plug and the filter? i wanna make sure i know exactly what it is
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can someone post a website or pics to locate the drain oil plug and the filter? i wanna make sure i know exactly what it is
you're kidding, right??
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can someone post a website or pics to locate the drain oil plug and the filter? i wanna make sure i know exactly what it is
go to teamintegra.net, they have a step by step I believe.
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