Your GM vehicle's OEM oil filter captures motor oil impurities and removes whatever else the oil collects as it lubricates engine parts. However, oil filters don't last indefinitely. If they don't degrade from old age, contaminants can build up in them. Plus, your engine produces a lot of heat as it runs, and if your radiator can't get rid of it, your oil will likely turn to goo.
If too much of that muck accumulates, it's bad for your oil pump and its bearings. They can wear out double quick because of it. They aren't the only parts of a motor that can, either. So, to keep your engine in top shape, be sure to change your oil filter as a part of a regular maintenance schedule. Depending on what your owner's manual recommends, that's every 3 months or every 3,000 miles, whichever comes first -- in other words, during every oil change. You can, however, take care of replacement during every other oil change if you prefer.
Stay on Top of Engine Maintenance | Install Genuine GM Oil Filters
When it's replacing time, don't settle for less than a genuine OEM oil filter. Those GM manufactures will fit your brand and model best. You can order new ones online, right here at our auto parts counter. Buy now and we'll ship them directly to your door, right away. That way, you'll be checking another project off your list in no time.
No results found for "oil filter". Here are some helpful search tips:
- Search by a part name. Example: water pump.
- Be less specific. Example: brake instead of ceramic brake.
- Remove information such as make, year or model.
- Can't find the part you are looking for? Contact us and we'll find it for you!