[ROVERNET - UK] P6 Oil Filter

Vern Klukas vern at inkspotco.com
Sun Jul 31 17:51:01 BST 2005

I presume you are asking about a 2000 filter. The Fram number for the 
correct filter is PH2821A. However, I advise you to buy a Wix or NAPA 
brand filter (both made by Wix) as Fram quality is rather poor these 
days. The NAPA filter is cheaper than the Wix branded can. It is a 
common filter.

Another poster suggested there is a standpipe, that is not quite 
correct. The filters have a rubber flap covering the holes 
surrounding the central, threaded orifice that acts as a 
anti-drainback valve which acts just like a standpipe. The rubber 
valve is visible on inspection.


>Greetings all. I have become tired of the two-three second" fill the 
>oil filter" time period with corresponding lack of oil pressure. 
>Especially now that I will be changing the motor for a better one. 
>Are there any suppliers in Canada that supply the proper oil filter 
>for the P6? Failing that, where would I go to find one period? Any 
>assistance is greatly appreciated.
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Vern Klukas                             I'm a little . . .
Inkspot Type & Design
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