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Oldsmobile Oil Filters

All are not the same. Oldsmobile oil filters from AutoAnything are much better than run of the mill filters. Our Oldsmobile filters are custom designed for your vehicle. And the precision rolled threads in our Oldsmobile oil filter won't strip.
Our Oldsmobile K&N oil filters come with easy to follow instructions. Even if you have never changed an oil filter before in your life, you can have your K&N filter screwed into place in minutes. Plus, our Oldsmobile oil filters and other high quality Oldsmobile accessories are backed by our 1 Year Lower Price Guarantee!
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K&N Pro Series Oil Filters

K&N Pro Series Oil Filter

Fits like a glove. Has the space for more oil which with the synthetic could mean many more miles in between oil changes. Best bang for the buck. I know which filter I'll be using from now on. View more reviews...
Posted By Giraldo M (CHICAGO, IL) / November 27, 2018
2011 Audi A4
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K&N Premium Wrench-Off Oil Filters

Large filter for very large engine.

Does what it is supposed to do. The wrench off fitting is very helpful. Backflow preventer is key for cold starts. View more reviews...
Posted By Mark V (HUNTSVILLE, AL) / September 29, 2014
2015 Ford F-250
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From our experts

Friday, April 10, 2020

DIY Everything: How to Change Your Oil

If there’s one maintenance item you can do yourself, it’s changing your own oil. It’s easy, you can save yourself a few bucks, it’s a good thing to teach your kids, and you don’t have to worry about the people down at EZ-Joe’s Lube & Check Cashing messing something up on your pride and joy […] The post DIY Everything: How to Change Your Oil appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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