Without a genuine Subaru oil filter, impurities in your motor oil would accumulate on engine parts, wearing them out over time. Regularly change the oil filter in your Subaru, and your engine should keep working the best it possibly can. However, even high-quality original Subaru oil filters eventually clog with gunk or degrade with age. When that happens, it can adversely affect how well your engine works, not to mention wear out your oil pump and bearings more quickly. When should you replace an oil filter, then? You can do it every 3,000 miles or 3 months, but it's easiest to remember to do it at every oil change. Figuring out which oil filter is best for your Subaru is just as straightforward. Stick with a factory oil filter. Subaru builds them with your car or SUV model in mind from the start. That way, you don't have to worry about accidentally using one with the wrong gasket and thread sizes, which can lead to oil leaks, complete detachment, and major engine damage. Order online from our auto parts counter, and you can be sure of proper fitment. That's peace of mind down the road. Buy today and get the job done!
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