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Took the factory filter off and opened it up to see what is floating in there. All clean, no metal. All filter says is "factory Installed", no part #. Checked owners manual for part # for new one and can't see any numbers listed. Anyone one know which filter it takes? Want to say with a Mopar filter.
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If your staying with Mopar then you'll buy it from the dealer, and they with know which filter and the number you need.
 

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Fram says PH2
 

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The on line Mopar catalog is terrible for trying to find the part:mad: Fram shows it's the same filter 5.7, 6.2, 6.4 and I still haven't found the Mopar # yet
 

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Have 700 mi. I'm not changing oil, just wanted to see what was in the filter. New motors put any junk in filter. Nothing in this one. Must put new filter on after dyno run.
 

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Part #4884899AB
Not according to Mopar part interchange on Ebay for that part #

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Part # 04884899AB is the correct part number according to Mopar. It is the same oil filter used on the 5.7, 6.1, 6.4 and now 6.2L engines.

Number On Image: 1 historically is the piece that had to be changed out on the older engines (5.7 and 6.1) when people wanted to add the Police Oil Cooler (it's now standard on the 6.4L engine). It was a royal pain in the butt to remove it (to include having to use a blow torch to heat it up and one heck of a breaker bar.)

Part # 04884899AB (Oil Filter)
Number On Image: 2
Category: 6.2L Gas; Engine
MSRP $8.35 Price may vary by dealer

Part # 68171066PA (0w-40 Engine Oil) 1 Quart
Number On Image: 3
Category: 6.2L Gas; Engine
MSRP $9.40 Price may vary by dealer


Mopar MO-899 Oil Filter - Walmart.com
#04884899AB

$6.67 at Walmart.

#68171066PA
 

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Thanks for the info, that # is correct. Dumb ass me found what was left of part # on factory filter,
 

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Thanks for the info, that # is correct. Dumb ass me found what was left of part # on factory filter,
Eh no worries. You should look up on Amazon.com regarding part # 68171066PA (0w-40 oil). There was a 6-quart pack for $20.63 + free shipping being sold by The Parts Shop. :)
 

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Eh no worries. You should look up on Amazon.com regarding part # 68171066PA (0w-40 oil). There was a 6-quart pack for $20.63 + free shipping being sold by The Parts Shop. :)
So this is the Pennzoil Ultra 0-40W SRT oil 6 pack? For 20 bucks? Seems too good to be true, that amazon page has it but doesn't give any details other than 6 qts. Mopar P/N? I wonder how they can sell 6 qts. for that cheap? Have you ordered this or has anyone received it? I want to order, but am a little hesitant. You know the old saying, too good to be true.
 

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No, Mopar 0-40 oil six pack for 20 bucks, not pennzoil
 
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