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2004 Chrysler Sebring Engine Oil Filter Mopar

P311-59B2AAD    W0133-1814330  New

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Mopar Engine Oil Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Spin-On
Brand: Mopar
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2004 - Chrysler Sebring X
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2019 Chrysler 300 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.7L Mopar

P311-27D1F06    W0133-1837295  New

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Mopar Engine Oil Filter
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  • Spin-On
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2019 - Chrysler 300 V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -
Mopar
2015 Chrysler 300 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.7L Mopar

P311-27D1F06    W0133-1837295  New

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Mopar Engine Oil Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
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  • Production: 10/15/2014-, exc. Scat Pack Performance Package
Brand: Mopar
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2015 - Chrysler 300 V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 - Fr:10-15-14
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2016 Chrysler 300 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.7L Mopar

P311-27D1F06    W0133-1837295  New

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Mopar Engine Oil Filter
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  • Spin-On
  • w/o Scat Pack Performance Package
Brand: Mopar
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2016 - Chrysler 300 V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -
Mahle
2004 Chrysler Sebring Engine Oil Filter Mahle - Spin-On

P311-2069BA5    W0133-1814330  New

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Mahle Engine Oil Filter
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Brand: Mahle
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2004 - Chrysler Sebring X
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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Thread Pitch 3/4 16 Outside Diameter 2.98 Height 3.36" Spin-On Filter
  • Standard Life Oil Filter
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1985 - Chrysler LeBaron L 4 Cyl 2.2L 135 2213
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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • with 20 x 1.5 Thread Thread Pitch M20x1.5 Outside Diameter 2.69" Height 2.93" Spin-On Filter
  • Standard Life Oil Filter
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2001 - Chrysler Sebring G L 4 Cyl 2.4L - 2351
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • with Scat Pack Performance Package Thread Pitch M22x1.5-6H Outside Diameter 3.77 Height 3.73" Spin-On Filter
  • Standard Life Oil Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2016 - Chrysler 300 V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Thread Pitch M22x1.5-6H Outside Diameter 3.77 Height 3.73" Spin-On Filter
  • Standard Life Oil Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2011 - Chrysler 300 V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • with 22mm Threaded Engine Stud Thread Pitch M22x1.5-6H Outside Diameter 3.77 Height 3.73" Spin-On Filter
  • Standard Life Oil Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2008 - Chrysler Sebring V 6 Cyl 3.5L 215 3497

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Spark plugs and oil filters.

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Question From speed on Spark plugs and oil filters.

Just noticed i see alot of bashing on bosch spark plugs and fram oil filters, just wondering what is wrong with em. i know theyre cheap but whats the difference between them and the more expensive products. also what are some of your favorites or reccomended ones?

thanks, speed

Response From Tom Greenleaf

They make a lot worse than those two names! Trouble is competition is wild and price is everything. IMO Fram had a great reputation for ages and so far haven't seen a direct problem with them. Bosche has good and bad ideas and so do almost any out there.

For filters and this could have changed as companies farm out production to unknowns or change - WIX was and for now still is my favorite for filters. WIX and NAPA Gold series should be the same. I don't take oil filters all apart to study them but if nothing else they use stronger metal than the super cheap ones and some oil filter are placed where a stone could hit them and in a flash you have no oil. It's happened! Same with fuel filters that rust till they leak! Not cool.

Spark plugs: Arggh. OE exact replacement is usually the best and the newer the vehicle the more I suggest nothing but OE. There's more to a spark plug than meets the eye at a glance. It has a resistance value, made to discourage the spark from jumping where it shouldn't a heat range and if thought out well smooth enough so debris won't collect. All that and please don't just rust - pet peeve AND a real problem with some.

Plugs: No matter how highly engineered an engine gets the only thing that is there to trigger the fire is the plug - it matters. I also appreciate careful packaging of them. All the handling they go thru they really don't like to be dropped and some are packed well protected.

Can't plain say who is making the best of what as it changes so fast. When something is difficult to get at to replace go OE. Even then I've had some disappointments,

T

Response From speed

okay thanks for the tips i didnt see anythignon here about fram but the guys in my auto class bashed me for goin cheap and buyin a fram filter something about the way the filter is constructed or something. catch yall later

,speed

Response From Hammer Time

Fram is a name brand, quality filter that's been around for many years so I don't know where that is coming from.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just looked at one I have a little while. Fram by Allied Signal (good) corporation in USA - good.

"All new car warranties remain in effect using this filter!" That's bold!


Unless they changed I would have put them in the top half by brand no matter what bargain you might have gotten on one.

Some that I would consider cheap are *Mighty, Lee, STP and more. Even they may have higher grades. Mighty once not long ago was just 99cents for most common oil filters if you bought a case of them. If one of the cheap ones came my way not put on by me and too tight the cheaper ones did collapse quite easily if a pest. The better ones held up to removing them.

How well to they filter is anyone's guess. Any need changing on a schedule,

T

Response From speed

yeah i dont know why they said but they were like well we took apart a fram and some other brand and the fram looked like junk and the other one was amazing, whatever i think they were stupid anyway they knew more about stereos than cars so its all good. one of you mentioned something about thicker casings for opened areas what brands were you talking about cuz mine is pretty open but i dont think ill get rocks thrown at it. i got a camaro its low enough i dont think my tires can throw rocks at it and its a v6 so its definitely got the potential room in there.....i wonder what the biggest engine that could fit in that stock compartment is.....i mean since half the engine is under the dash i could fit an engine and a half in there i reckon like this bad boy hmm?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

I don't know of any problem with Fram filters but the Bosch plugs just do not run good in Domestic vehicles. I've tracked many a misfire problem back to recently installed Bosch Platinum plugs, especially in Fords. They do well in a Mercedes though.

OEM manufacturers always runs best. Delco in GM, Motorcraft in Fords and Champion in Chrysler/Jeep.

Oil Cooler leaking coolant

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Question From rolvaag1 on Oil Cooler leaking coolant

I have a 2001 Chrysler T&C w/3.8L engine. I have an coolant leak coming from the oil cooler. I am looking for a part number for the oil cooler. The oil filter spins on to the oil cooler.

Thanks
Rolvaag

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Unless aftermarket just ask for the part you want. If aftermarket you'll need to know what brand it is,

T

Using oil

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Question From Guest on Using oil

Hi,

Thank you for letting me share my car problem with you, hopefully someone will help solve the problem. I have a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 full size truck with a crew cab, automatic and a 5.2 L engine. The truck had 60,000 miles on it when I purchased it three years ago and now has 75,000 miles.

The truck runs very well and has plenty of power, although it does not get very good gas mileage. The problem I have, which I discovered about six months after I bought the truck is that it uses a lot of oil. I’ve never kept real good track of how much it uses, but I would guess I go through at least a quart of oil every 1000 miles. I do not hear any unusual noises in the engine. I do not see white smoke coming out of the tail pipe, although my white truck may show a little black film around where the tail pipe ends. The oil on my dip stick is very black but has no white residue.

I told my mechanic about the problem and he said he would put some kind of a gauge on the engine and check the engines compression. He said the engine checked out ok and he doesn’t know why I would be using so much oil. I know there has to be an explanation for this and I’m hoping someone on this forum can shed some light on it. Thanks again for the help.

Jon M.

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

Hi

All I have to offer is this...
Worked at GM dealers and had similar complaints...
According to GM engineering, it is normal for a GM engine to use a quart to a quart and a half of oil in 800 -1000 miles...
I know this sounds excessive..used to be use to using a quart in the 3000 miles between changes..
But if all checks out ok,not much you can do..
Check with Chrysler/Dodge and see what they say..I'm sure they have something similar..

They(GM) would recommend doing an oil comsumption test...
We were to inspect for any leaks,etc...check pcv system operation,..etc..
Then change the engine oil and oil filter, at customers expense, then have the customer drive the vehicle and keep a check on the oil level, (we would check if they stopped in,).then when it was a quart low,document the mileage ...if within the specs as stated above...then there is no problem found ...
Now Cadillac,Northstar engines were great for consumption,leaks...some had to have whats known as a 2 stage decarbon process done ...corrected most of them,but some had to be repaired internally....

Thats all I got
See what the others say

Response From way2old

There is a metal plate on the bottom of the intake. This has a gasket on it. These gaskets blow out and allow the vacuum from the throttle body to suck oil into the intake and through the cylinders. It burns the oil, but it is so slight you can not see the smoke. Plug off the PCV and remove the hose from other valve cover. Place latex glove or balloon over the hose. If the glove or baloon swells up, gasket is blown and needs replaced. Good luck.