2013 Toyota Corolla Oil Filter

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        STP Oil Filter S10358 for 2013 Toyota Corolla
        • Part # S10358
        • SKU # 178553

        Notes: Engine Oil Filter Element. Cartridge type. STP oil filter.

        • PRICE: 6.49

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        Fram Oil Filter CH10358 for 2013 Toyota Corolla
        • Part # CH10358
        • SKU # 522456

        Notes: Cartridge type

        • PRICE: 10.49
        • Filter Media Material: Cellulose and synthetic glass fiber blended media
        • Anti-Drain Back Valve: No
        • Bypass Relief Valve: No
        • Filter Type: Cartridge

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      2013 Toyota Corolla Oil Filter

      Your 2013 Toyota Corolla oil filter will eventually need to be replaced as part of your maintenance schedule. It collects contaminants and prevents them from affecting the engine or causing maintenance issues. When your filter becomes clogged, AutoZone can help you find the right oil filter for a 2013 Toyota Corolla for your needs and your budget.

      How Often Should You Change Your Oil Filter?

      For most vehicles, you should change the oil filter once every other time you change the oil. If you need to change the oil every 5,000 miles, replace your old filter with a new one every 10,000 miles. Don't forget to consult your vehicle owner's manual for specific information regarding mileage limits for oil changes for even better results, and be sure to change both the oil and the filter at least once per year, regardless of the mileage.

      Replacing Your 2013 Toyota Corolla Oil Filter

      Replacing your 2013 oil filter is simple. Just find an exact replacement by filtering Toyota Corolla oil filters by year, make, model, and engine size. Once you have the right part, you can pick it up at a local store with Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup, or have it delivered to your door. Next, remove the drain plug and allow the old oil to drain out into a drain pan. Find the old oil filter, loosen it by turning a filter wrench counterclockwise, then replace it with a new oil filter. Turn the wrench clockwise to ensure the new filter is firmly in place. Top up the engine with clean oil to complete your oil change.

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      Easy to install

      Rafael Thrower

      in 2 months

      Like that it sits inside and the tool for using is awesome. First timer using tool n installing filter no problem.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2013 Toyota Corolla le

      Like that it sits inside and the tool for using is awesome. First timer using tool n installing filter no problem.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2013 Toyota Corolla le