OIL FILTER

1-24 of 53 Results

This is a test

Get exceptional protection that helps extend engine life. Learn more about Mobil 1 Motor Oil.
SET YOUR VEHICLE
Get an exact fit for your vehicle.
ACDelco Oil Filter PF1218
Notes: Professional. With anti-drain back valve 115 mm long
ACDelco Oil Filter UPF64RF
Notes: Specialty ultraguard durapack. Except driver select PTU chassis With optional AWD(F48). Transmission code: 6T50
ACDelco Oil Filter PF64
Notes: Professional. Stop/start engine control system(KL9). With top mounted filter bypass valve 84.7 mm. Transmission code: 9T45. Automatic, with 9 speed transmission
ACDelco Oil Filter PF48E
Notes: Professional. Without top mounted filter bypass valve, e-core design

About

Oil Filter

Keep your ride smooth with a new engine oil filter from AutoZone. We have the right price on the best oil filters from Bosch, FRAM, STP, and more. Shop AutoZone.com for the filter that fits your vehicle. Get free next day delivery or pick up your parts today at an AutoZone near you.

If you’ve ever wondered, “What oil filter do I need?” then wonder no more. AutoZone makes finding the right filter easy. Just enter your vehicle’s year, make, model, and engine at the top of this page. Whether you need a Honda Civic oil filter or one for any other car, we’ll find the right fit for you.

Before cars came equipped with oil filters, oil changes were frequent as engine combustion contaminants quickly mucked up the motor oil. A crucial part of routine maintenance, it is now recommended to change your filter every time you change your oil. It used to be time for a change every 5,000 miles, but now there are many types of oil filters, including extended life oil filters which can last 10,000 miles or more. New filters ensure filtering efficiency to keep your oil clean and your engine properly lubricated.

Bad oil filter symptoms can include dirty exhaust, low oil pressure from oil leaking, or metallic sounds and sputtering from the engine. These symptoms only get worse as the oil filter gets older. Don’t set yourself up for engine damage down the road, get the parts you need today.

On the outside, the oil filter looks like a metal can with a sealing gasket on top to hold the filter flush to the engine’s mating surface. Oil is taken from the engine to pass through the filter media. The media is the part inside the filter which looks like paper. In fact, media were traditionally made of paper and often still are, although some filters now use synthetic filter media which are better for trapping small contaminants over more miles. Check out this article to learn everything you need to know about oil filters

Full flow filters contain primary media which stops particles as small as 25 microns, and lower oil flow filters also include a secondary media capable of stopping particles between 5-10 microns. Oil enters through the series of small holes just inside the sealing gasket. After soaking through the media, the oil leaves through the big hole at the center of the filter’s top.

No matter what you drive, AutoZone has the right parts. When it’s time to switch out your oil filter, stop by AutoZone. We have everything you need for the road ahead.