The oil that runs through your engine needs to be able to lubricate all the moving parts for them to run smoothly. The oil filter keeps your oil clear of small debris like dirt, dust, and other contaminants that will wear away at the insides of your engine. There is a noticeable difference in the performance of cars right after changing the oil and replacing the filter. How often should you replace the oil filter? About every three months or 3,000 miles. Depending on your driving habits and the conditions of the roads you drive on. Signs you need a new one include poor performance, sputtering, metallic sounds, dirty exhaust, or a drop in pressure. For an optimal level of performance, OEM oil filters straight from the factory are the safest way to go. Why? Because of their consistent level of quality, as well as the guarantee they carry against defects. If you own a GM vehicle, consider us, GM Auto Parts Nationwide. We carry an extensive supply of genuine parts for your specific car, truck, or SUV. Feel free to browse through our full inventory of products from the list below. Complete your order online and take advantage of our nationwide shipping options.
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