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Ford Escape Oil Filter

Your Ford Escape depends on motor oil to keep the parts lubricated and moving without taking damage. Motor oil goes bad over time and accumulates metal shavings and other harmful particles. Those particles must be captured by an oil filter to prevent damage to your Ford Escape's engine. Oil filters clog with time and also must be replaced for reliable performance. AutoZone makes it fast and easy to identify matching Ford Escape oil filters based on your SUV's year, make, model, and engine size.

How to Replace Your Ford Escape Oil Filter

Start your oil filter replacement by safely raising your Escape onto jack stands or onto a pair of ramps and chock your wheels, and secure the emergency brake to prevent rolling. Place a drain pan under your oil pan in front of the drain plug bolt. Remove the bolt with a wrench to drain the oil from your vehicle. Replace the drain plug and use a filter wrench to remove the oil filter and replace it with a new one. Finish your oil filter replacement by adding fresh motor oil to your Ford Escape.

When to Change Your Oil Filter

It's best to replace the oil filter in your Ford Escape once every 3,000 to 5,000 miles when you replace your engine oil, or when the oil life is less than 10%. Replace both at the same time to protect the health of your engine over time.

AutoZone offers Ford Escape repair and maintenance items for convenient replacements, and select orders qualify for Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup or Free Next-Day Delivery to your home.

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ultimate oil protection

Donald

in 15 days

I change oil every 8000 to 10000 miles usually use WIX filter but they don't have so started using Mobile and haven't had any problems

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2017 Ford Escape

I change oil every 8000 to 10000 miles usually use WIX filter but they don't have so started using Mobile and haven't had any problems

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2017 Ford Escape

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Keeping that engine oil good and filtered

Jeremy

in 3 months

This is my go to filter. I change my oil with a long life full synthetic oil and the filter helps keep it good and clean for 10,000+ miles

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Ford Escape

This is my go to filter. I change my oil with a long life full synthetic oil and the filter helps keep it good and clean for 10,000+ miles

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Ford Escape

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K&N Oil Filters

Wade

in 5 months

I love K&N oil filters. Have been using them for close to 40 years. The nut on the end is the greatest asset: no more struggling with over tightened oil filters.that collapse when using a band clamp when trying to remove or having to try and drive a filter off using a screwdriver on the seam.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? Fords- 2020 F150, 2017 Escape, 2015 Explorer

I love K&N oil filters. Have been using them for close to 40 years. The nut on the end is the greatest asset: no more struggling with over tightened oil filters.that collapse when using a band clamp when trying to remove or having to try and drive a filter off using a screwdriver on the seam.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? Fords- 2020 F150, 2017 Escape, 2015 Explorer