2012 Jeep Wrangler Oil Filter
Over time, engine oil is polluted with various contaminants like metal shavings and dust. An oil filter is a component that keeps these contaminants away from the engine, so replacing it when it's old is essential. When it's time to get a new oil filter to service your Jeep, you can order it from AutoZone.
How Often Should You Change Your Oil Filter?
It's recommended that you get an oil change every 3,000 to 5,000 miles and change your 2012 Wrangler oil filter at the same intervals. You can also consult your owner's manual to see if there's any additional information for your particular vehicle.
How To Replace Your 2012 Jeep Wrangler Oil Filter
The oil filter for 2012 Jeep Wrangler is located on the top side of the engine bay, so you can access it just by lifting the hood. To replace it, first, remove the plastic engine cover. Use a 24mm wrench to remove the oil filter housing cover and replace the filter within it with the new one. To replace the oil, you must raise the car and remove the engine oil drain plug on the oil pan.
To order a new 2012 Wrangler oil filter, search AutoZone and enter your vehicle's production year, make, model, and engine size. All the options you see, from ACDelco, Mopar, and K&N are an exact fit for your car. You can have the oil filter delivered with Free Next-Day Delivery on eligible orders or get it now with Same-Day In-Store and Curbside Pickup.