Dodge Ram 1500 EcoDiesel

The high cost of oil changes for Dodge Ram 1500 trucks with the EcoDiesel engine has some owners grumbling. (photo credit briggsdodge.com)

Update #1 August 2016: Chrysler changes EcoDiesel engine oil requirement from 5W-30 to 5W-40

Update #2 August 2016: Oildepot now sells a WIX Oil Filter for the EcoDiesel engine

We have been hearing all sorts of nightmarish accounts of just how expensive the oil change service is for Dodge Ram 1500 trucks and Jeep Grand Cherokees equipped with the Italian-made 3.0L EcoDiesel engine. As the prices we were hearing almost seemed implausible, we decided to do some checking around. We contacted Dodge dealerships in major cites throughout Canada and the United States and asked for the cost of an oil and filter change for a 2015 Dodge Ram 1500 with the EcoDiesel engine. The prices listed below are not averages for each city; they are price quotes from randomly selected Dodge dealerships. Prices may vary at other Dodge dealerships in these regions. These prices include labor, 11 quarts of engine oil and an oil filter.

Dodge EcoDiesel Oil Change Prices In USA and Canada

United States (prices in US funds before taxes and environmental fees)

  • Los Angeles $199.99
  • Phoenix $180.00
  • Denver $199.99
  • Chicago $200.00
  • New York City $169.99
  • Miami $185.00
  • Average $189.16

Canada (prices in Canadian funds before taxes and environmental fees)

  • Vancouver $239.85
  • Edmonton $235.45
  • Regina $259.95
  • Winnipeg $250.00
  • Toronto $230.00
  • Halifax $260.00
  • Average $245.88

Why Is The EcoDiesel Oil Change So Expensive?

Dodge/Mopar EcoDiesel Oil Filter

This ordinary-looking Mopar oil filter for the EcoDiesel engine has an astonishing price tag. (photo credit: rollinsmokediesel.com)

When one breaks down the retail price of the motor oil and oil filter for this engine, it becomes immediately apparent as to why an EcoDiesel oil change is so costly. The main culprit is the Chrysler/Mopar oil filter. It retails for an outlandish $61.50 in the US and $71.00 in Canada. The Mopar 6822 9402AA oil filter is a cartridge unit with a conventional cellulose media. We have inspected this part and believe us, there is absolutely nothing special about this oil filter. The plastic and paper construction of the EcoDiesel oil filter is similar to the cartridge oil filter for many Dodge V-6 engines, but at 8 to 10 times the price. The EcoDiesel filter is larger and not interchangeable.

The reason that Dodge can charge these ridiculous prices for an ordinary oil filter is that there is virtually no aftermarket competition at this time. There is some speculation that Chrysler has some sort of patent protection on this filter design that is blocking aftermarket oil filter makers from bringing competitive versions to market. We spoke to several oil filter makers and none would verify that claim. Most major oil filter makers have an EcoDiesel oil filter in the advanced design phase and some hope to be in production in early 2016. Aftermarket oil filters will likely retail for a fraction of the cost of the Mopar unit and this will bring down the cost of an EcoDiesel oil change quite dramatically.

The other input cost for a Dodge EcoDiesel oil change is the engine oil itself. Only motor oil meeting the Chrysler MS-11106 specification is suitable for this engine and there are very few alternatives on the market. Most dealerships use Mopar MaxPro 5W-30 Synthetic Diesel Engine Oil which retails for $16.15 per US quart in Canada and $9.00 in the US.

We hope to have a top-quality synthetic oil substitute for Mopar MaxPro Diesel 5W-30 in the very near future. We also hope to have a WIX oil filter to go with it. Check back with us regularly or contact us using the form on this page to get on our EcoDiesel mailing list.

Update: We have a motor oil for Dodge Ram EcoDiesel engines coming soon.

It’s hard to believe, but Yamaha has been in the snowmobile business for almost a half century. During that time, they have outlasted dozens of competitors and have brought forth numerous innovations that have helped make the sport what it is today. For 2016, Yamaha delivers new models and some significant refinements. Let’s take a look.

Yamaha SRViper M-TX 141 SE

Yamaha offers a number changes for 2016 including this new SRViper M-TX 141 SE mountain sled. (photo credit: snowest.com)

Here are Yamaha’s model groups for 2016.

  • Apex- High Performance Trail
  • Apex X-TX- High Performance Crossover
  • SRViper R-TX, L-TX- High Performance Trail
  • SRViper S-TX, X-TX- High Performance Crossover
  • SRViper M-TX- High Performance Mountain
  • RS Vector- Mid-Performance Trail
  • RS Vector X-TX- Mid-Performance Crossover
  • Phazer R-TX- Sport Performance Trail
  • Phazer X-TX- Sport Performance Crossover
  • Phazer M-TX- Sport Performance Mountain
  • RS Venture- Touring/Utility
  • VK Professional II- Utility

2016 Yamaha Snowmobile Engines

  • Genesis Top Performance 998cc- 4-cylinder, 4-stroke, fuel-injected, 5-valves per cylinder, 150-plus horsepower (Apex models only)
  • Genesis High Output 1049cc- 3-cylinder, 4-stroke, fuel-injected, 4-valves per cylinder, 135 horsepower
  • Genesis Mid-Performance 1049cc- 3-cylinder, 4-stroke, fuel-injected, 4-valves per cylinder, 120 horsepower
  • Genesis Sport Performance 499cc- 2-cylinder, 4-stroke, fuel-injected, 5-valves per cylinder, 80 horsepower

New Mountain Snowmobile Suspension

Arctic Cat designs and produces Yamaha’s SRViper chassis’s and as Cat released a new front end for their M Series sleds this season; Yamaha SRViper M-TX models gain this exciting new set-up as well. The crux of this new front end is a redesigned spindle, a new ski that is exclusively shaped for mountain use and a shortened ski stance. The new spindle has a steeper angle which improves side hill and off-camber work. This spindle also has a much slimmer profile which diminishes drag in heavy powder. The new ski has a 7” width at the tip for improved flotation that tapers to 6.5” through the back. The ski stance has been pared down from 38” to 36”. This new mountain front end is 2.4 pounds lighter than last year’s package.

New Mountain 141 Model

Yamaha introduces a new 141″ mountain snowmobile for 2016. The new SRViper M-TX 141 SE is set up similarly to the 153 and 162 SE models with the only differences being that its ski stance is 40”, it is equipped with a sway bar and has a 2.25” track. This model is adorned with the same new front spindle, suspension and mountain skis as the rest of the M-TX models.

New Rear Suspension For Apex and Vector

Yamaha has devised a brand new rear suspension for Apex and Vector models that improves the ride and tractability. Yamaha calls this suspension concept “SingleShot” and it is found on 129” and 146” track models. This suspension mechanism is 10 pounds lighter and has fewer moving parts than the old Monoshock system. The SingleShot suspension employs a Fox Float 3 XV shock .

New Crossover Vipers

Another benefit of Yamaha’s alliance with Arctic Cat is a couple of new crossover sleds designed for the high performance/adventure-touring segment. The Yamaha SRViper S-TX 146 DX is very similar to the Arctic Cat XF 7000 CrossTour, while the Yamaha SRViper S-TX 137 DX is comparable to the Arctic Cat XF 7000 CrossTrek. These Yamaha S-TX DX models are made for all-day exploring with big fuel capacity, heated seat, 11” windshield, extra storage and a new dual shock rear suspension.

Engine Upgrade for Venture and Vector

Yamaha offers a revamped, mid-performance version of the 1049cc Genesis engine for Venture and Vector models for 2016. Not only does this engine have a cache of new engine internals like cranks, pistons and castings, it also has some electric aids which will optimize performance and fuel economy. Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle (or YCCT) is a “drive by wire” system that delivers the precise fuel/air mixture on a constant basis. Also part of this package is the new “D-Mode” system which allows the rider to change the engine’s performance mode with a button on the dash. The rider can select between an “Entry Mode” for new riders, a “Touring Mode” for optimum low- and mid-range performance and a “Sport Mode” for maximum output.

New Utility Sled: VK Professional II

While the 2016 Yamaha VK Professional II rides on the same chassis as last year’s RS Viking Professional, the upgrades for this season make it considerable step up. The biggest upgrade is the move from last year’s carbureted 973cc engine to the fuel-injected Genesis 1049cc engine. This upgrade brings more torque and about 5% better fuel economy. The new VK Pro boasts other improvements like increased fuel capacity, a more comfortable upright riding position and 1.5” lugs on the 154” X 20” track. More power, comfort and tractability makes this utility sled a very attractive candidate for farm, ski hill and industry.

Substitutes For Yamaha’s Yamalube Oils

Yamaha owners expect long service life out of their snowmobiles and to further protect their investment, many of them use AMSOIL synthetic oil. Oildepot carries synthetic 4-stroke engine oil, chaincase oil and suspension grease that function flawlessly in Yamaha snowmobiles. Our wholesale prices on these superior lubricants is very competitive versus the Yamalube products found at your Yamaha dealer. Here are the main Yamalube products and the AMSOIL products that can replace them.

Yamalube Full Synthetic 0W-40 Snowmobile Oil With Ester- AMSOIL Formula 4-Stroke 0W-40 Synthetic Oil is an ideal engine oil for all four-cycle Yamaha snowmobile engines. This premium 100% synthetic engine oil offers fast start-up protection with a -51°C pour point, while the shear-stable formula shields engine internals from high RPM, extreme heat and heavy loads. It is also suitable for Yamaha snowmobiles with aftermarket turbo-chargers. No matter how harsh the conditions may be, AMSOIL Formula 4-Stroke 0W-40 will deliver dependable protection.

Yamalube Chain Case Lube- Yamaha Chain Case Oil is a conventional lubricant and as mineral oils have serious limitations (especially in winter), we can offer a much better substitute. AMSOIL Synthetic Chaincase Oil offers outstanding wear protection and friction reduction for all Yamaha chaincases including those with the HY-VO chain. It withstands extreme shock loads and the stump-pulling torque doled out by the Genesis 1049cc and 998cc engines. It also performs all the way down to -46°C for extreme cold weather performance.

Yamalube High Performance Snowmobile Suspension Grease- We’ve got a full synthetic grease that is ideal for all Yamaha snowmobile suspension, chassis and steering maintenance. AMSOIL Synthetic Water Resistant Grease pumps at low temperatures and resists wash-out from water, snow and ice. This tenacious grease stays put when exposed to heavy loads and the hard hits of very rough terrain. This grease is also suitable for applications where your Yamaha manual suggests ESSO/Mobil 325 Grease.

Lawn Boy Mower and Stihl Leaf Blower and Trimmer

Oildepot declares today to be National Gasoline Stabilization Day. As lawn mowers, motorcycles, ATVs and other equipment with small engines are about to be put away for winter storage, now is the time to give them a run with gasoline treated with fuel stabilizer. Storing small engines with untreated regular-unleaded gasoline is asking for fuel system deposits and possibly expensive repairs next spring.

Here’s what to do.

  • Buy a batch of fresh premium grade gasoline and treat it with gasoline stabilizer. Why premium gasoline? Regular and mid-grade gasoline contains ethanol. Ethanol absorbs moisture and when this mixture degrades, the result is fuel system-clogging deposits.
  • Run your engine. If this is for your lawn mower, mow your lawn one last time or use it to bag up leaves.
  • Just prior to storage, fill the gas tank so that there is no area for condensation to form.
  • Change the engine oil so that your engine internals are protected with fresh motor oil.
  • If you are really particular about maintenance, buy a can of fogging oil and spray a few shots into the (running) engine through the carburetor with the air cleaner removed. Shut down the engine, remove the spark plug and spray a few shots into the cylinder (s) and turn over the engine a few times. Reinstall the spark plug and put the machine away for the winter.
  • If your machine has a battery, be sure to remove it for the winter and store it in a safe location where it will not freeze.

With this regimen, you will never have problems with powersports and lawn/garden equipment not starting in the spring.

A reader asks: We are looking for a good replacement for Mobil Epic EP 102 Grease for slow moving bearings, bushings and chassis service in a variety of equipment. Do you have a grease that will pump well in winter and help our equipment last longer?

Answer: If you need a grease that pumps well in winter and can also be used in summer, we’ve got a couple of options for farm, industry and oil patch use.

The Mobil Epic EP 102 grease is a semi-synthetic NLGI # 1.5 grade. The “NLGI” (National Lubricating Grease Institute) grade is an industry standard that refers to the consistency or hardness of the grease. Traditionally, NLGI # 1 grease has used in winter and NLGI # 2 has been used in summer. With today’s advancements in lubricant technology, many NLGI # 1 greases can be used year-round. We would recommend replacing this Mobil grease with a good “full-synthetic” NLGI # 1 grease.

AMSOIL Synthetic Polymeric Truck, Chassis and Equipment GreaseIs there a difference between 100% synthetic, semi-synthetic and conventional NLGI # 1 grease? Won’t all types of NLGI # 1 grease pump easily in cold weather? No they will not. The NLGI hardness testing takes place at 25°C (77°F). Full synthetic lubricants maintain a consistent viscosity over a much wider temperature range than semi-synthetic and conventional greases or oils. Semi-syn grease and regular grease can be solid in very cold winter temperatures, while good synthetic grease will still pump reasonably well.

Our first choice would be AMSOIL Synthetic Polymeric Truck, Chassis and Equipment Grease (the NLGI # 1 version). This grease will pump easily in winter, but it will also offer a number of other functional benefits. This multi-talented grease stays put in the face of heavy torque forces and shock loads and this is beneficial in two ways. First, this means that equipment needs to be serviced less often. Secondly, less grease will be needed at each service. As nobody enjoys greasing in winter weather, this is a major asset.

Other benefits of the synthetic AMSOIL grease are a strong resistance to water incursion, snow, ice and mud as well the ability to lower friction for reduced energy requirements. Overall, AMSOIL Synthetic Polymeric Truck, Chassis and Equipment Grease will pay for itself in many ways.

If your servicing takes place in really extreme cold, we have an alternate choice for you. AMSOIL Arctic Synthetic GreaseAMSOIL Arctic Synthetic Grease is also an NLGI #1 grease that can pump down to -40°C (-40°F). If grease flow in bitter cold is your number one concern, then this product should be on your radar. It has a working range of -59°C (-75°F) to 157°C (315°F). In other words, when temperatures are in the -30 to -40 range, this grease will not cause moving parts to drag or bind and there will be less energy draw. Protection will not be compromised in warm weather, so there is no problem with this grease staying in service over the summer. Arctic Grease also has great staying power and protection against shock loads and heavy applications.

Do you have questions about choosing the correct grease for your applications? Contact us using the form on this page or call us at 1-800-748-5781.

Arctic Cat enters its 56th season in the snowmobile business with a multitude of component changes, suspension improvements and a brand new four-stroke engine. Let’s take a look at how Arctic Cat has refined their line-up for 2016.

Here are the Arctic Cat model groups for this season.

  • ZR- High Performance Trail
  • XF- Crossover
  • M- Mountain
  • Pantera- Touring
  • Lynx- Trail/Sport/Touring
  • Bearcat- Utility

Arctic Cat Snowmobile Engines For 2016

Arctic Cat probably has the most complete mix of 2-stroke and 4-stroke engine options in the snowmobile industry. With power-plants from Suzuki, Yamaha, Kymco and Arctic Cat themselves, Cat buyers can meticulously choose the perfect engine for their style of riding.

  • 9000 4-Stroke- 1056cc, turbo-charged, 177 horsepower, made by Suzuki
  • 8000 2-Stroke- 794cc, 160 horsepower, made by Suzuki
  • 7000 4-Stroke- 1049cc, 135 horsepower, made by Yamaha
  • 6000 2-Stroke- 599cc, 125 horsepower, made by Arctic Cat
  • 5000 4-Stroke- 1056cc, 125 horsepower, made by Suzuki
  • 4000 2-Stroke- 499cc, liquid-cooled, 85 horsepower, made by Suzuki
  • 3000 4-Stroke- 700cc, 65 horsepower, made by Arctic Cat/Kymco
  • 2000 2-Stroke- 565cc, fan-cooled, 65 horsepower, made by Suzuki

Short Tracks Discontinued in ZR Line

As is the trend throughout the snowmobile industry, the days of the 120 inch track on performance-trail models is about done. Riders are gravitating toward longer tracks for better flotation in deep snow and improved straight-line stability. Arctic Cat no longer offers the 121 inch track option in the ZR line-up. Riders now have the option of 129 or 137 inch track lengths.

Mountain Sleds Get New Front End

Arctic Cat Mountain snowmobiles get a huge upgrade in the handling department for 2016 and most of it stems from a new front end. Here are the changes.

  • New spindles have a steeper angle which improves off-cambered handling
  • New Proclimb skis are 7 inches at the front and 6.5 inches in the middle with 4 inches of width adjustment.
  • The ski stance is reduced by 2 inches.

Also added to these changes is new geometry in the rear suspension. The result is much easier handling in side hills and less rider fatigue.

New Team Clutches

Arctic Cat has been using clutches from Team Industries for their racing programs for over ten years. For 2016, these clutches will be standard most of their production machines. Entry-level models are fitted with Arctic Cat clutches. These high-performance Team clutches are serviceable, easily-tuned, durable and smooth. This change alone will deliver a profound improvement to the performance of Arctic Cat’s 2016 line-up.

New Fox Zero QS3 Adjustable Shocks

Riders of ZR Limited and El Tigre sleds will be able make quick trail-side adjustments thanks to some clever new shocks from Fox. The Fox Zero QS3 shocks have a three-position adjustment knob on the side of the shock. The rider can quickly choose firm, medium or soft settings as terrain changes through the day.

New 700cc 4-Stroke Engine

For 2016, Arctic Cat offers a new 700cc 4-stroke engine option that is made for torque rather than high speed. This new Kymco-made engine will be offered in the 3000 series Pantera and Bearcat models. This 65 horsepower engine has been proven in some of Cat’s side-by-side/UTV models.

New XF CrossTrek Series

Based on the Procross chassis from the ZR series with the 137 inch track, the CrossTrek is designed for hardcore exploring or touring. The XF CrossTrek mates hardcore sport riding (with its ZR DNA) with a 1.5 inch Cobra track, saddlebags and mirrors. The CrossTrek is available with 6000, 7000, 8000, or 9000 engines.

Substitutes For Arctic Cat Snowmobile Oils

Oildepot offers an advanced line of synthetic snowmobile oils that are a direct substitute for several Arctic Cat 2-stroke and 4-stroke oils. Our line of AMSOIL synthetic oils have been test-proven by thousands of Arctic Cat owners over many seasons with rave reviews. Our wholesale pricing compares very favorably next to the oils found at Arctic cat dealers. Here is a list of Arctic Cat snowmobile oils and the replacements we offer. Contact us at 1-800-748-5781 (Canada or United States) with questions.

Arctic Cat C-TEC2 Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil- This oil was developed for Arctic Cat’s 600cc C-TEC2 engine which electronically meters its 2-stroke oil delivery very precisely. As the C-TEC2 engine uses much less oil than previous generations of 2-stroke snowmobile engines, the oil being used has provide wear control based on superior chemistry rather than shear volume. The C-TEC2 600cc engine can deliver oil at ratios as lean as 90:1. That’s why AMSOIL Interceptor Synthetic 2-Stroke Oil is a superb replacement for Cat C-TEC2 Synthetic Oil. Interceptor was formulated for the latest 2-stroke engine technology providing outstanding wear protection and clean exhaust power valves, even when very little oil is required.

Arctic Cat APV Synthetic 2-Stroke Oil- Synthetic APV Oil is Arctic Cat’s all-around 2-stroke oil for every engine except the C-TEC2 600. AMSOIL Interceptor is perfect substitute for this product in the 800cc engine and other Arctic Cat engines equipped with APV variable exhaust power valves. Interceptor delivers exceptionally clean power valve performance, outstanding wear protection and low temperature flow.

Arctic Cat Formula 50 Mineral 2-Stroke Injector Oil- Arctic Cat recommends their Formula 50 2-Stroke Oil for engines that do not have the APV power valves such as the 4000 500cc engine, the fan-cooled 2000 565cc engine and older Cat 2-stroke engines. We can offer a full-synthetic upgrade over Formula 50 oil at an excellent price. AMSOIL AIO Synthetic 2-Stroke Injector Oil delivers low-smoke, friction reduction and deposit fighting performance at a surprisingly low price for a full synthetic injector oil.

Arctic Cat C-TEC4 Synthetic 4-Stroke Engine Oil- Arctic Cat recommends their C-TEC4 Synthetic Oil for their 9000, 7000, 5000 and 3000 4-cycle engines. A premium substitute for C-TEC4 oil is AMSOIL Formula 4-Stroke 0W-40 Synthetic Engine Oil. Formula 4-Stroke 0W-40 is a shear-stable synthetic that pours down to -51°C for great cold-cranking performance. It also offers world-class protection under heavy loads and at extremely high operating temperatures. This product is an outstanding choice for any Arctic Cat 4-stroke engine.

Arctic Cat Synthetic Chaincase Lube- An outstanding substitute for Arctic Cat Synthetic Chaincase Oil is AMSOIL Synthetic Chaincase Oil. AMSOIL Chaincase Oil delivers extreme pressure wear control from shock loads and long periods of heavy operation. The friction fighting characteristics reduce drag and enhance performance, while the cold-pour-point of -46°C provides instant oil flow.

Arctic Cat Chaincase Lube- AMSOIL Synthetic Chaincase Oil is a great full-synthetic substitute for Cat mineral chaincase lube at a very competitive price.

Arctic Cat ACT Synthetic Gearcase Fluid- AMSOIL Synthetic Chaincase Oil is also designed for gear case use and is a direct replacement for ACT Synthetic Gearcase Oil. The shear stable formula and extreme pressure additives provide enduring wear control and long service life.

Arctic Cat Synthetic Shock Oil- Arctic Cat Synthetic Shock Oil is available in 3 different viscosity grades. Replace with AMSOIL Shock Therapy Light #5 or Medium #10 for professional grade performance and extreme cold weather capabilities.

Arctic Cat Semi-Synthetic High VI Shock Oil- AMSOIL Shock Therapy Light #5 is a full synthetic upgrade over Arctic Cat High VI Shock Oil. Both products have a similar viscosity, but AMSOIL offers the benefit of being 100% synthetic at a very competitive price.

Arctic Cat Shock Oil- If you’re going to the trouble of replacing your shock fluid, why use the mineral Arctic Cat Shock Oil? Go with the full AMSOIL Shock Therapy Light #5 and get all-climate performance, anti-foaming protection, seal conditioning and consistent dampening.

We now offer high-end oil filters for several Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Hyundai and Kia models. If you are looking for a premium replacement for ordinary OEM paper cartridge oil filters, read on.

AMSOIL has just released new cartridge oil filters that are part of the exceptional Ea15K series. These oil filters have the exclusive AMSOIL Ea full synthetic media for outstanding small particle removal, high capacity and ultra-long service life.

Just how well are these Ea15K Cartridge Oil Filters made? In industry standardized testing, these synthetic oil filters remove almost 99% of contaminants at 20 microns. If that isn’t remarkable enough, they are also built to stay in service for up to 24,000 km (15,000 miles) or a full year!

Contact us for prices on these new oil filters using the form on this page or call us at 1-800-748-5781.

Here are the three new oil filters and the vehicles they cover.

Ea15K05 Oil Filter For VW and Audi

Audi A3

  • 2.0L 4-cyl BPY Turbo (2006-08)

Audi A4

  • 2.0L 4-cyl BPG Turbo (2005-06)
  • 2.0L 4-cyl BWT Turbo (2007-2009)

Audi A4 Quattro

  • 2.0L 4-cyl BPG Turbo (2005-06)
  • 2.0L 4-cyl BWT Turbo (2007-09)

Audi TT Quattro

  • 2.0L 4-cyl CDMA Turbo (2014-15)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CEPB Turbo (2012-13)

VW Beetle

  • 2.5L 5-cyl (2014)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl BPR (2006-10)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl BPS (2006-10)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBTA (2012-13)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBUA (2012-13)

VW EOS

  • 2.0L 4-cyl BPY Turbo (2007-09)

VW Golf

  • 2.0L 4-cyl CRZA Turbo (2012-13)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBTA (2010-14)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBUA (2010-14)

VW GTI

  • 2.0L 4-cyl BPY Turbo (2006-08)

VW Jetta

  • 2.0L 4-cyl BPY Turbo (2007-08)
  • 2.0L 4-cyl CBFA Turbo (2008)
  • 2.0L 4-cyl CCTA Turbo (2008)
  • 2.0L 4-cyl Turbo (2006)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl BGP (2007)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl BGQ (2007)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl (2006)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl BGP (2005)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl BGQ (2005)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBTA (2008-14)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBUA (2008-14)

VW Passat

  • 2.0L 4-cyl BPY Turbo (2006-08)
  • 2.0L 4-cyl CCTA Turbo (2008)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBTA (2012-14)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBUA (2012-14)

VW Rabbit

  • 2.5L 5-cyl BGP (2006-07)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl BGQ (2006-07)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBTA (2008-09)
  • 2.5L 5-cyl CBUA (2008-09)

Ea15K07 Oil Filter For Hyundai and Kia

Hyundai Azera

  • 3.3L V-6 (D) (2007-09)
  • 3.8L V-6 (F) (2006-09)

Hyundai Genesis

  • 3.8L V-6 (2013)
  • 3.8L V-6 (D) (2013-14)
  • 3.8L V-6 (E) (2009-11)
  • 3.8L V-6 (H) (2010-11)
  • 3.8L V-6 (J) (2013-14)

Hyundai Sonata

  • V6-3.3L V-6 (F) (2006-10)

Hyundai Entourage

  • 3.8L V-6 (3) (2007-08)
  • 3.8L V-6 (3) CAN (2008-10)

Hyundai Santa Fe

  • 3.3L V-6 (E) (2007-09)
  • 3.3L V-6 (E) CAN (2008)

Hyundai Veracruz

  • 3.8L V-6 (C) (2007-09)

Kia Amanti

  • 3.8L V-6 (5) (2007-09)

Kia Sedona

  • 3.8L V-6 (2006)
  • 3.8L V-6 (3) (2007-09)
  • 3.8L V-6 (3) CAN (2008)

Kia Sorento

  • 3.3L V-6 (2008)
  • 3.8L V-6 (2008)
  • 3.8L V-6 DOHC (2007)

Ea15K08 Oil Filter For BMW

BMW 300 Series

  • 2.2L V-6 M54 CAN (2001-04)
  • 2.5L V-6 M52 (1998-2000)
  • 2.5L V-6 M54 (2001-06)
  • 2.5L V-6 M56 (2003-06)
  • 2.5L V-6 N52 CAN (2006)
  • 2.8L V-6 M52 (1996-2000)
  • 3.0L V-6 (2001)
  • 3.0L V-6 M54 (2002-06)
  • 3.0L V-6 N52 (2006)

BMW 500 Series

  • 2.5L V-6 M54 (2001-05)
  • 2.8L V-6 M52 (1997-98)
  • 2.8L V-6 M52TU (1999-2000)
  • 3.0L V-6 M54 (2001-05)
  • 3.0L V-6 N52 (2006)

BMW Z Series

  • 2.5L V-6 M52 (1999-2000)
  • 2.5L V-6 M54 (2001-05)
  • 2.8L V-6 M52 (1997-98)
  • 2.8L V-6 M52TU (1999-2000)
  • 3.0L V-6 M54 (2001-05)

BMW X3

  • 2.5L V-6 M54 (2004-05)
  • 2.5L V-6 M54 CAN (2006)
  • 3.0L V-6 M54 (2004-06)
  • 3.0L V-6 M54 CAN (2006)

BMW X5

  • 3.0L V-6 M54 (2001-06)