alternatives to oem filters

alternatives to oem filters

This is a discussion on alternatives to oem filters within the Evoque Maintenance forums, part of the Land Rover Evoque Garage category; Cross references found on web. Air filters Wix WA10007 Fram CA11485 CHAMP AF3615 LUBER-FINER AF3615 MANN & HUMMEL C29006 ROVER* BJ32-9601-AA ROVER* LR029078 Ecogard XA10184 ...

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    alternatives to oem filters

    Cross references found on web.

    Air filters
    Wix WA10007
    Fram CA11485
    CHAMP AF3615
    LUBER-FINER AF3615
    MANN & HUMMEL C29006
    ROVER* BJ32-9601-AA
    ROVER* LR029078
    Ecogard XA10184

    Oil filter
    Fram XG 3614
    Fomoco LR025306 (OEM)
    Mobil M1-102 Extended Performance
    QS3614
    Wix 51348XP
    K&N HP-1002

    Cabin Filters
    Wix 49355
    FORD 6G9N180543BA
    PREMIUM GUARD PC5840C
    MIGHTY CAF2033
    FVP F9355
    Forecast CAF212P
    ECOGARD XC25840
    ORIGINAL ENGINE MANAGEMENT CAF212P
    Purolator C25840C
    Fram CF10435

    Possible the following are also compatible.
    http://www.fswerks.com/products/moto...r-fusion-c-max
    Last edited by Lubeking; 05-24-2015 at 07:47 PM.

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    I am going to ask my LR mechanic friend to help me with my 2nd oil change privately
    but I am just wondering, will using aftermarket oil filter (let's say K&N or Mobil 1) void my evoque's warranty?
    I was told to only use OEM while it is still under warranty.

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    This is something that the dealer may be able to answer as well Topix has warranty information that may help .However I just installed an Ecogard air filter and side by side with the OEM it was identical in every way. The filter material pleat size and gaps were the same. I will see if I still have it and post a picture. For the oil filters I have not verified however they should have the same specs (bypass valve etc). One thing that I would consider is a long life oil filter (with large filter media) is needed due to the long service intervals for the evoque.Due to distances to dealers and inconvenience I perform all required maintenance for my vehicles.
    Last edited by Lubeking; 09-25-2014 at 12:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donot521 View Post
    I am going to ask my LR mechanic friend to help me with my 2nd oil change privately
    but I am just wondering, will using aftermarket oil filter (let's say K&N or Mobil 1) void my evoque's warranty?
    I was told to only use OEM while it is still under warranty.
    Document your services and parts purchased while your Rover is under warranty. You can use non-oem without voiding the warranty...unless you are modifying!
    You shouldn't have to stop just because the pavement does! 2012 Range Rover Evoque Pure Plus Coupe, 2009 Land Rover LR2 HSE traded, 2008 Land Rover LR2 SE traded.

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    Can this be added as a sticky?

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    Great post. Thanks

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