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New Supertech 9688 oil filter #4720918
04/08/18 08:20 PM
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Did an oil change on wifeís 2010 Honda CR-V and new blue can filer would not fit , old supertech 9688 has fit for last 8 years. The new ones are wider/shorter than old ones . Anyone else have this problem or know which model I should be using . Thanks


2010 Honda CR-V, QS 0w-20
2014 KIA Optima LX, ST full synthetic 5w-30
Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: plf] #4720922
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Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: plf] #4720924
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Sounds like the new ST 9688 has a 3593A can on it?

Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: plf] #4720925
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Yeah, the new 9688 is fat like Fram's 9688 and 3593 filters.

Fram's own PH9688 is fat. The Wix 51334 is also fat.

The only ST that will fit is the shorty 6607, which is too small. Pay the extra dollar for the orange can PH7317, which now uses a silicone ADBV smile

Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: plf] #4720926
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Thank you. Will do my homework next time , just thought same model would fit even though designed changed. Glad I had a few extra white can filters for they also fit my KIA optima


2010 Honda CR-V, QS 0w-20
2014 KIA Optima LX, ST full synthetic 5w-30
Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: slacktide_bitog] #4720934
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Good advice, will look to make the switch and will try the Fram and Maybe a carquest from advance auto. Itís to bad have been using supertechs for years on many cars and never had issues


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2014 KIA Optima LX, ST full synthetic 5w-30
Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: plf] #4720952
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Yeah slacktide is right on. That Fram orange with the new ADBV is a good choice indeed.


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Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: plf] #4720964
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What is a new blue can filler? OEM? My Montero uses the 9688. Thanks in advance!



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Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: Pajero] #4720967
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Originally Posted By: Pajero
What is a new blue can filler? OEM? My Montero uses the 9688. Thanks in advance!



Respectfully,

Pajero!

Supertech filters are now made by Champ Labs, and are now a dark blue instead of the Wix made that were white.


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Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: plf] #4720985
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Originally Posted By: plf
Good advice, will look to make the switch and will try the Fram and Maybe a carquest from advance auto. Itís to bad have been using supertechs for years on many cars and never had issues


The CQ filters are no good. They are reboxed Purolators. The CQ Red is a Classic, while the CQ Blue is a P1. Both have tearing issues, and the size your Honda takes is the worst in terms of tearing.

Get the Fram PH7317 from Walmart smile

Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: plf] #4721151
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Originally Posted By: plf
Did an oil change on wifeís 2010 Honda CR-V and new blue can filer would not fit , old supertech 9688 has fit for last 8 years.......

That's because the 'new' Champ made 9688/3593a is a 'true' 9688/3593a application, not a downsized one like the Wix made for WM ST9688. The latter was really a 7317 application size filter, which is the spec size for a 2010 CRV.

Not sure how the '8 year' figure was determined. The Wix made for WM ST including the 9688 was only around for couple years starting in ~2016 after replacing the Puro Classic on the shelves. Before that Champ made ST, was iirc the same as current ST9688.

In any case, that's why the current ST 9688 won't fit 2010CRV. And, as there's no current ST7317 application you would have to use the shorty ST6607 if you chose to use a Super Tech filter now.

Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: Sayjac] #4721251
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Sayjac good call. Should have been more specific 8 years including when supertech filters came in the black can. Miss those puro classics as well


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2014 KIA Optima LX, ST full synthetic 5w-30
Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: plf] #4729293
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I have a similar confusion. I have a ST9688 on my shelf - not sure when I bought it (box says 2016). The filter is white and I don't recall which of my cars (2000 Civic or 2003 CR-V) I thought I was buying it for.

It looks like the Purolator 14610 (old ST/Fram 7317) I normally put on my CR-V but the guide in the store says 9688 is for the Civic (which I usually use a Purolator 14459 /3593A on). As mentioned above, the guide says to use ST6607 on the CR-V.

Since it's white, does it mean it's an old one and it goes on the CR-V? Or either car?

Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: Marvin] #4729318
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Originally Posted By: Marvin
I have a similar confusion. I have a ST9688 on my shelf - not sure when I bought it (box says 2016). The filter is white and I don't recall which of my cars (2000 Civic or 2003 CR-V) I thought I was buying it for.

It looks like the Purolator 14610 (old ST/Fram 7317) I normally put on my CR-V but the guide in the store says 9688 is for the Civic (which I usually use a Purolator 14459 /3593A on). As mentioned above, the guide says to use ST6607 on the CR-V.

Since it's white, does it mean it's an old one and it goes on the CR-V? Or either car?


welcome

The white one will go on either car with no problems smile

But my choice would be to use at least the orange can Frams, which now feature a silicone ADBV

Re: New Supertech 9688 oil filter [Re: slacktide_bitog] #4729373
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Originally Posted By: slacktide_bitog
Originally Posted By: Marvin
I have a similar confusion. I have a ST9688 on my shelf - not sure when I bought it (box says 2016). The filter is white and I don't recall which of my cars (2000 Civic or 2003 CR-V) I thought I was buying it for.

It looks like the Purolator 14610 (old ST/Fram 7317) I normally put on my CR-V but the guide in the store says 9688 is for the Civic (which I usually use a Purolator 14459 /3593A on). As mentioned above, the guide says to use ST6607 on the CR-V.

Since it's white, does it mean it's an old one and it goes on the CR-V? Or either car?


welcome

The white one will go on either car with no problems smile

But my choice would be to use at least the orange can Frams, which now feature a silicone ADBV


Thanks! (First post but I've been following the forum for quite a while)

I always thought Fram was not well regarded around here.

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