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Does anyone know the part number for the oil filter for the Accord Hybrid? Perhaps the same as the other 4 cyl engine? How about the crush washer? Are the OEM filters superior to aftermarket? (probably going to get many responses to that question).


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Does anyone know the part number for the oil filter for the Accord Hybrid? Perhaps the same as the other 4 cyl engine? How about the crush washer? Are the OEM filters superior to aftermarket? (probably going to get many responses to that question).
Probably the same as most of Honda's 4 cylinder oil filters.

Yes, the OEM oil filter is superior to most other oil filters. There are several reviews/comparisons on
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I am seeing different part numbers on different Honda OEM sites. 15400-PLM-A01 and 15400-PLM-A02.

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See this web site for an explanation of A01 and A02.



Same filter that Honda has used for several generations.
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I don't think the OEM oil filter is "superior" to all other aftermarkets, and as shown above, one of the models is actually kinda sucky and basically just a FRAM.

I buy Purolator PureOne filters for less than 5 bucks apiece with an AAP coupon. They easily exceed the OEM Honda blue. Even the white "regular" Purolators that you can get at WalMart for like 3.27 or whatever are fine. Actually lots of cars drive on the "horrible" Frams with their "cardboard end caps" and such, and we still don't hear about engines seizing up due to poor oil filtration. Geek out if you want, but also don't be beholden to the magical properties of the OEM Honda filter (there are no magical properties)
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I have Pure One 14610's for my wife's CR-V, looks like that might work!?

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I have Pure One 14610's for my wife's CR-V, looks like that might work!?
Yep I believe PL14610 is the one. I think all Hondas use the same (I might be wrong on that "ALL" so don't quote me on that, but I know my Odyssey and Accord both use the same, and you said CRV too....)
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Yep, everything except for the S2000!

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Yep, everything except for the S2000!
Even my 1984 Honda Magna V45 had a filter that would "fit" my current Hondas. Not sure about the internals tho. Same oil filter wrench worked on both.

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I buy Purolator PureOne filters for less than 5 bucks apiece with an AAP coupon. They easily exceed the OEM Honda blue. Even the white "regular" Purolators that you can get at WalMart for like 3.27 or whatever are fine. Actually lots of cars drive on the "horrible" Frams with their "cardboard end caps" and such, and we still don't hear about engines seizing up due to poor oil filtration. Geek out if you want, but also don't be beholden to the magical properties of the OEM Honda filter (there are no magical properties)
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mehhhh, I read one of the 5 page BITOGs referenced. I kinda say "whatever" to this. So a few BITOGers who have sawed open their filters are convinced that there are small tears in the fabric. Okay. As someone posted on that thread, they did an oil analysis even after their "torn" filter and it showed nothing wrong. So maybe 2% of the oil is "escaping" the filter and going around the loop again, and "dangerous unfiltered oil" is present in the system. Call the President - we have a national emergency! And I'm not convinced that all these tears are happening in every Purolator filter anyway.

Did you watch the news last night? By definition they told you at least 3 things that are predicted to kill or harm you or that you should be afraid of.

I bought 4 PureOnes from AAP last time and I will be happily using them. I'm not going to go crazy and return them for a Fram just because a few people on BITOG believe there are micro-tears. If it is proven to be a real issue or there is a recall then sure I will consider the other options.
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Well, STEye, as mentioned above regarding Purolator filters, the entire line of Purolator filters including the PureOne has become the subject of concern. See, e.g.:







On the other hand, Wix oil filters (also sold as NAPA Gold) have consistently done exceptionally well over many years. See, e.g.,



Still another choice is Fram's Ultra, XG7317 (not to be confused with any other Fram fiter) is an excellent filter.



Finally, if you are determined to buy a Honda filter, the A01, manufactured for Honda by the Filtech Corporation is the better choice.
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Well, STEye, as mentioned above regarding Purolator filters, the entire line of Purolator filters including the PureOne has become the subject of concern. See, e.g.:







On the other hand, Wix oil filters (also sold as NAPA Gold) have consistently done exceptional well over many years. See, e.g.,



Still another choice is Fram's Ultra, XG7317 (not to be confused with any other Fram fiter) is an excellent filter.

In 1923, American inventors Bobby Evans devised an automotive oil filter and called it the Purolator, a portmanteau of "pure oil later".[1] This was a bypass filter: most of the oil flowed directly from the oil pan to the engine's working parts, and a smaller proportion of the oil was sent through the filter via a second flow path in parallel with the first.


Maybe they are just returning to their roots?

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. . . I wish my biggest worry was oil filters, I really do! Jay
Jay, my biggest worry is the forthcoming end of quantitative easing. Oil filters, ppm of moly, the selling price of the Z06, are all a pleasant distraction.

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