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Promotive Oil Filters

Part No. PH6135 Warranty  

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Looking for a quality filter but watching your wallet? A Purolator Classic oil filter provides maximum protection against harmful contaminants getting into your engine, and costs a little less than a Purolator PureONE oil filter. For low-mileage or highway driving, a Purolator Classic oil filter is the oil filter of choice. Purolator Classic Oil Filters are 97.5% Efficient* With an efficiency rating of 97.5%, just slightly lower than a Purolator PureONE oil filter, you can be assured that a Purolator Classic oil filter provides premium protection for every day driving.

Product Features:
  • Multi-fiber, high density media filters out harmful contaminants.
  • Internally lubricated Nitrile gasket requires less torque for filter removal.
  • Anti-drainback valve minimizes engine dry start.
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Anti-Drainback Valve:No
Case Diameter:2.067 in
Efficiency:97.5 mc
Filter Bypass Relief Valve:No
Height:5.394 in
Media Type:Cellouse
Micron Rating:40 mc
Oil Filter Type:Cartridge
Recommended Change Interval:Vehicle's Manufacturer
Smallest Particle Filtered:5
Spin On:No

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Great price

By Steven

from macclenny, Florida

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        Looking for a quality filter but watching your wallet? A Purolator Classic oil filter is the way to go.Did I mention half the price of the competition

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        By gramps99

        from Florida

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          I ordered and paid for a Promotive oil filter online and picked it up at the store the next morning. What a great way to make sure that the part is in and retrieve at your convenience!

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            If I change my filter between oil changes will that increase time for changing oil? Say I should change my oil at 5,000 mile intervals and at about 2,500 I change the filter will I be able to go 5,000 + 2,500 = 7,500 before changing oil & filter or some what close? Should that increase the oil life, when using full synthetic oil?
            Asked on 9/20/2013 by William from Houston, Tx

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              Hi William, with reference to your inquiry on the Promotive Oil Filters - part# PH6135, the general rule of thumb is to change your car's oil and oil filter every 3 months or every 3,000 miles, whichever comes first. You should consult your owner's manual for the exact manufacturer's specifications for your car, which may differ slightly. The owner's manual will have "normal" and "severe" recommendations. Severe driving conditions include driving in stop-and-go traffic or excessive idling, making frequent short trips (less than 5 miles per trip), driving in extreme temperatures (over 90 F or below freezing), and towing and hauling. The average driver probably considers his or her driving conditions normal, but the truth is that most of us drive under severe conditions far more often than we realize and should time our oil changes accordingly. However, sticking to the 3-month/3,000-mile rule is considered the minimum drain interval necessary for maximum engine performance. The important thing is to use the right oil for your car. There are 3 types of motor oil, and they each offer your car different benefits. Conventional motor oil which will give you excellent protection. Synthetic oil which offers the ultimate in engine protection. A synthetic-blend product which offers added protection but at a lower cost than a full-synthetic oil change. Once you know your options, you will be better able to decide what is best for your car. For any further assistance, you may also call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

              Answered on 9/23/2013 by Vincent from AAP
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