2006 Toyota Corolla Oil Filter
Oil contaminants can damage your car's engine, and the oil filter prevents them from entering the engine. If not replaced on time, the oil filter can get clogged up, resulting in low oil pressure and insufficient lubrication. However, they are not very expensive, and you can order one in seconds from AutoZone.
When To Change Your Oil Filter
The 2006 Corolla oil filter change intervals are easy to track because you should replace them with every oil change. The manufacturer recommends an oil change every six months or 5,000 miles, but this can come down to how you drive your car and in what kind of conditions.
Replacing Your 2006 Toyota Corolla Oil Filter
The easiest way to replace a 2006 Corolla oil filter is to jack up the front of the car on jack stands. You should find the oil filter in front of the oil pan, and you can use a wrench or pliers to remove it. However, before doing so, empty the old engine oil by removing the engine oil drain plug. Coating the gasket on the new filter with some fresh oil will ensure a proper seal between it and the oil filter housing.
It's easy to find a new oil filter for 2006 Toyota Corolla with AutoZone. Just enter your car's year, make, model, and engine size and pick from several reputed brands like STP, K&N, and Mobil1, or you can choose an OEM Toyota oil filter. AutoZone also offers Free Next-Day Delivery on eligible orders and Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup.