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Premium Guard
1991 Subaru Justy Engine Oil Filter 3 Cyl 1.2L Premium Guard

P311-2208BBC    PO4612  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Supersede: Replaces PO4610 once inventory is depleted
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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1991 - Subaru Justy L 1189 -
NPN
2003 Subaru Baja Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-3F51DD2    W0133-1833067  New

Qty:
$4.01
NPN Engine Oil Filter
Brand: NPN
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2003 - Subaru Baja
NPN
2003 Subaru Baja Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-3F51DD2    W0133-1833067  New

Qty:
$6.12
NPN Engine Oil Filter
Brand: NPN
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2003 - Subaru Baja
Full
2003 Subaru Baja Engine Oil Filter Full

P311-3FA0A09    W0133-1833067  New

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$6.82
Full 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.
Brand: Full
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2003 - Subaru Baja
NPN
1995 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-3F51DD2    W0133-1833067  New

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$4.01
NPN Engine Oil Filter
  • Production: 03/01/1994-
Brand: NPN
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1995 - Subaru Legacy
NPN
1995 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-3F51DD2    W0133-1833067  New

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$6.12
NPN Engine Oil Filter
  • Production: 03/01/1994-
Brand: NPN
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1995 - Subaru Legacy
Full
1995 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Filter Full

P311-3FA0A09    W0133-1833067  New

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$6.82
Full 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.
  • Production: 03/01/1994-
Brand: Full
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1995 - Subaru Legacy
NPN
2000 Subaru Outback Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-3F51DD2    W0133-1833067  New

Qty:
$4.01
NPN Engine Oil Filter
  • Production: 02/1999-
Brand: NPN
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2000 - Subaru Outback
NPN
2000 Subaru Outback Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-3F51DD2    W0133-1833067  New

Qty:
$6.12
NPN Engine Oil Filter
  • Production: 02/1999-
Brand: NPN
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2000 - Subaru Outback
Full
2000 Subaru Outback Engine Oil Filter Full

P311-3FA0A09    W0133-1833067  New

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$6.82
Full 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.
  • Production: 02/1999-
Brand: Full
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2000 - Subaru Outback
Mahle
2011 Subaru Forester Engine Oil Filter Mahle

P311-052A6AF    W0133-1914089  New

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$9.36
Mahle Engine Oil Filter
  • Eng: -089276
  • - Spin-On
Brand: Mahle
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2011 - Subaru Forester
Mahle
2013 Subaru BRZ Engine Oil Filter Mahle

P311-052A6AF    W0133-1914089  New

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$9.36
Mahle Engine Oil Filter
  • - Spin-On
Brand: Mahle
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2013 - Subaru BRZ
Genuine
2011 Subaru Forester Engine Oil Filter Genuine

P311-4A66C63    W0133-1952277  New

Qty:
$8.76
Genuine 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.
  • Eng: 089277-
Brand: Genuine
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2011 - Subaru Forester
Genuine
2013 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Filter Genuine

P311-4A66C63    W0133-1952277  New

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Genuine 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.
Brand: Genuine
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2013 - Subaru Legacy
Genuine
2015 Subaru WRX Engine Oil Filter Genuine

P311-4525ECE    W0133-2036755  New

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$10.20
Genuine 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.
Brand: Genuine
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2015 - Subaru WRX
Premium Guard
1987 Subaru Justy Engine Oil Filter 3 Cyl 1.2L Premium Guard

P311-1543FB2    PO4459  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID
1987 - Subaru Justy L 1189 -
Premium Guard
2011 Subaru Forester Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 2.5L Premium Guard

P311-1543FB2    PO4459  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • To Engine # 089276
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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Vehicle Aspiration Block CC CID
2011 - Subaru Forester Naturally Aspirated H 2498 152
Hastings
2016 Subaru Forester Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 2.0L Hastings

P311-4A639F6    LF240  New

Qty:
$8.92
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 180
Brand: Hastings
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Block CC CID
2016 - Subaru Forester Turbocharged H 1998 122
Premium Guard
1980 Subaru Brat Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 1.8L Premium Guard

P311-46FF53F    PO4457  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID
1980 - Subaru Brat H 1781 -
Premium Guard
2003 Subaru Baja Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 2.5L Premium Guard

P311-26E7016    PO4460  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID
2003 - Subaru Baja H 2458 -

Latest Subaru Repair and Oil Filter Installation Advice

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ttrouble getting oil filter off

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Question From heapatrouble on ttrouble getting oil filter off

First do it myself oil change for 2008 Subaru Outback, 2.5 with 24k; May never try it again! Oil filter on so tight that it literally came apart. Just as I logged in, hubby able to get it off, I am embarrassed to say how many hours we were at it! Any one have any special tool to help with this. It was a certified subaru filter, and filter wrench just spun around on it. I did take a picture of what was left just before we got it off, if anyone is interested.

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

Dittos on Toms answer. A little fresh oil wiped on the flat o-ring seal where the filter mates to the block is common practice. Most filters are spun on hand tight. I would agree that the last oil change person had the filter on way too tight. I worked on an old car for someone once where the filter was on so tight (so long) that I simply punched a screwdriver through the old filter for leverage to spin it off. Also as Tom mentioned be sure to check that the mating surface on the block is clean of any debris and/or pieces of the old seal before putting the new one on so it will seal properly and without leaks.

Bottom line..You did it! Maybe you will want to continue to do it yourself so you won't have the potential of having someone else overtighten the filter next time as well.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hey - There are several types of oil filter wrenches/tools to help. The real trouble is that it was either or both put on too tight or without a smear of oil on gasket the last time.

Many OE filters are fussy about that and can even leak if too tight! Anytime, but especially when one gives you a hard time make sure the old gasket is completely removed and ready for the new filter. Near all oil filters come with instructions on how to tighten them.

Hey - If you want to post a pic of the mess of the old filter please do. Fun for archives........

T

2007 subaru impreza non turbo

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Question From Guest on 2007 subaru impreza non turbo

i replaced my automatic transmission filter on this subaru and drained what i believed to be the tranny oil pan. when i went to refill the tranny thru the dipstick i was able to get three quarts in and on the fourth quart it started to overflow from the dipstick tube. so thinking that i needed to pull that same plug i removed earlier to drain some of the fluid out into a can i did so and nothing came out, the trans oil pan was bone dry and the dip stick tube was still over flowing. i dont understand were i went wrong? so thinking maybe for some odd reason my car had two engine oil pans i checked my dipstick and it was bone dry. so i added half a quart of oil to the engine and it came out of the same oil pan i had origionally thought was for the tranny but now think might be a secondary oil pan maybe for lubing the turbo. so if any can help guide me in the right direction on how to remedy this problem i would be very grateful.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Don't quote me but I think there's a drain plug for the trans and one for engine oil AND a screw on filter for each!

Good grief ---- don't leave either too full or empty at all costs!! or it will be ALL COSTS!! They are both oils but get them both right with new filters again. I think the engine oil filter hides up in back near firewall - again don't quote me but it was a Subaru something that caught my attention with that,

T

2000 Subaru Forrester - Help Me Figure Out If I Should Pay $$$

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Question From helpymysubaru on 2000 Subaru Forrester - Help Me Figure Out If I Should Pay $$$

Details:
2000
Subaru Forrester - Outback
148K

Bought used in September 2009. Old owner had new battery a few months before.
December 2009: New wires, spark plugs, oil filter and general tune-up.
March 2010: O2 Sensor changed.

Thursday, we blew the clutch and catalytic converter. Our Midas guy shot with an estimate of $1,700 for the flywheel, CC, and the clutch. Our honest mechanic shot $1,500 (without actually seeing the car).

My questions on this one is as follows:
1. Is it worth it? What's going to fall apart next? We've already sunk a-whole-lot of money in at this point.
2. Can I get this done cheaper? I know our mechanic mentioned (again, not seeing the car...) that the flywheel might be able to be resurfaced rather than replaced. Should I be looking into online parts? What might I be able to cut this price down to? If we can get this number at or below 1K, we're down to pay it.

Any advice, insight, etc. that anyone could provide would be GREAT.

Thanks!

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

That has a dual mass flywheel. Those are not resurfaceable. Depending on how bad the disc got, you could try cleaning it up but it would be a big gamble..... Most shops would want to change it to warranty the job...

As far as what going to go out next is anyones guess.. No one could realistically answer that question.

If there has been a pattern of thing going out, then that is hard to ignore..........

In the end it's your call

1990 Subi Legacy EJ22 SOHC overheating

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Question From subisnacks on 1990 Subi Legacy EJ22 SOHC overheating

Hi, I have a 1990 Subaru Legacy wagon with EJ22 SOHC engine. It has been overheating, mechanic told me it was the water pump. So I had a car project weekend & here's what all I fixed: new water pump, new thermostat, new timing belt & idler pulleys, new valve cover gaskets, new oil filter & oil change, new coolant, new radiator hoses & clamps, new alternator belt. After all that work its still overheating, it starts up & temp starts to go up, but it doesn't stop at operating temp it just continues to go up & up & in about 15 minutes the temp is thru the roof (either at idle or while driving, driving seems to get it there faster). So I'm thinking clogged radiator? Any other ideas?

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

You could have a plugged radiator, could've put the thermostat in backwards, could have blown a head gasket or may be as simple as you haven't gotten the air bed out of the system yet. Double check your work.

2006 Forester - head gasket/brakes/oil/timing belt - to replace or not to replace?

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Question From lctaylor on 2006 Forester - head gasket/brakes/oil/timing belt - to replace or not to replace?

2006
Subaru Forester
2.5L
93,000 miles

Hi!
I’m in need of a bit of advice. My wonderful Subaru Forester X (2006, 2.5L, 93,000 miles) is having a few problems.

1. Head gaskets are leaking oil (my guess is about 1L per 2000 miles? Honestly though, I have no idea)
2. I was told my timing belt will need to be replaced soon
3. Pretty sure my brake pads need to be replaced (have only noticed a little grinding/squealing in the past 2 weeks or so – planning on getting it checked out soon)

All in all, I’ve been told the above repairs will range from $2,100 - $3,000. As a recent college grad living at home with my parents, I’m not exactly flush with cash (as in I do not have $2000+ dollars, but I could potentially borrow from a family member with a low interest rate) but I don’t want to delay fixing problems and risk causing irreparable/superduper $$$ damage.

  • How long can I wait to replace the head gaskets if I keep monitoring my oil level?
  • Should I be getting regular oil & filter changes still, even though the oil is kind of “changing itself”?
  • What price range should I be expecting? The 2 places I’ve done to so far (dealership & local mechanic) have quoted me $2100 and $2600 for head gaskets & timing belt (respectively). Is this basically on point?
  • Also, I added 10W-30 oil to my 5W-30 engine last night. From what I’ve read, this should be OK until it gets cold out. Next time I need to add oil, should I switch back to 5W-30?

  • Sorry for the long post. Any advice on any of the above would be super appreciated.

    Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

    I wouldn't put that stuff off too long but I question the pricing. These jobs overlap considerably. The timing belt has to be removed to remove the heads to do the head gaskets so it shouldn't be adding large amounts.