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CX-3 oil filter number

Is the correct part number pe01-14-302a-mv or pe01-14-302a? Hitting 5k and want to get some new oil in her. Thanks.

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either one. the part number has changed but both there are valid part numbers for the pe01 oil filters

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What do you guys pay for that filter?

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Hello Snoogie,

I'm using a Mobile 1 filter part number M-108 coupled with Mobile 1 0W20 full synthetic. What is your opinion on my choice? TIA

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Thanks, will go ahead and get the pe01-14-302a for this oil change.

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Dealer wants $4.95 plus tax. Think it was cheaper for a six pack on Amazon, but have to go back and look.

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My opinion is as long as you use the right size filter and use the correct oil type then you are golden. I know there are people who will argue that this filter sucks or this oil is better or Royal Purple for life people out there but to me as long as you are using the right filter and oil you will live. I'll even admit that I tend to get bias on oil and filters (will never use fram) but in the end as long as its fits it ships.

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There are many filters, but Fram is CRAP. Don't bother saving $2 per 6 months.
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