2016 Toyota Corolla Oil Filter
The oil filter is a part of the lubrication system. It strains the oil of waste agents and various impurities, helping preserve engine longevity and reliability. With age and mileage, filters can degrade and become clogged, requiring replacement. When that happens and you need a new 2016 Corolla oil filter, you can pick one up from AutoZone.
How Often Should You Change Your Oil Filter?
The frequency of an oil filter replacement depends on a number of factors, but as a general rule of thumb, expect to replace the oil filter once every 5,000 miles or six months. Note that the oil filter needs to be replaced together with the oil, or in other words, you can't simply change the oil without replacing the oil filter as well.
How To Replace Your 2016 Toyota Corolla Oil Filter
To access the oil filter on your 2016 Toyota Corolla, you'll first need to jack up the car, remove the plastic cover protecting the engine's underside, and drain the oil by unscrewing the oil drain plug. Remember to use a new gasket when fitting the replacement oil filter if you want a good seal that will ensure no leaks occur.
You can find an oil filter for 2016 Toyota Corolla cars at AutoZone. To ensure correct fitment and make browsing simpler, sort available options by year, make, model, and engine size. Select Next-Day Delivery to have your order shipped directly to your home, or opt for Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup.