ACDelco OIL FILTER

ACDelco Oil Filters offer outstanding filter capacity, enhanced efficiency, consistent flow management and high-durability design that help provide exceptional filtering performance for post-2009 GM vehicles.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

  • 98% single-pass filtering efficiency at 25-30 microns for excellent filtering capabilities
  • Patented cellulose media traps particles 1/3 the width of a human hair providing a clean supply of oil to engine components
  • Thermosetting adhesive seals hold filtering media in place for consistent, dependable filtration
  • Designed with five times greater burst strength than most engine oil operating pressures after the oil
  • reaches operating temperatures

SIGNS OF WEAR AND TROUBLESHOOTING

Due to a restricted filter, a failed internal bypass, or a failed O-ring seal, these problems may occur:

  • Dark, dirty appearing oil.
  • Low oil pressure light turns on.
  • External oil leak from the engine.

GOOD MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

  • Replacing your vehicle's filters on a regularly scheduled basis will help the vehicle run better and last longer. (Refer to your owner's manual for your vehicle's specific filter change intervals.)
  • Use the recommended grade of oil for your vehicle for the best protection and optimal fuel consumption.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Does regularly changing my oil filter increase the life of my engine?
A: Yes. It ensures your engine is lubricated with clean oil which ensures optimal engine performance. See your vehicle owner's manual for the recommended oil change interval, or follow the oil life monitoring system, if equipped.

Q: Do I need a new filter every time I get an oil change?
A: Yes. Having your oil and oil filter changed, at least as often as recommended by the manufacturer, is important.

Q: Can oil filters be used with conventional and synthetic motor oils?
A: Yes. It is important to use the recommended grade of oil for your vehicle for the best protection and optimal fuel consumption.

Q: Is there a proper way to recycle oil filters?
A: Yes. Drain the oil out of the oil filter and bring it to a recycling center that accepts filters.