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Hyundai Kia Filter #4749403
05/06/18 01:51 PM
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rmcnamara Offline OP
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Would the OEM Hyundai Kia filter be adequate for an extended oil change interval of 10000.

Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4749444
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Yes, they are a very well-made filter. Couple of C&P's in the filter section here.


2010 Kia Soul 2U - 2.0L I-4, auto; 138k miles.
M1 EP 10W-30; OEM Kia filter.
Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4749502
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It is an excellent heavy filter. I use them on all my Hyundais.

Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: walterjay] #4749564
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Originally Posted By: walterjay
It is an excellent heavy filter. I use them on all my Hyundais.


A sincere "THANK YOU" for not putting an apostrophe between the i and the s.


I'm a thickie; assimilate
But 20s have their place

Using AMSOIL

Hers: 2008 Jeep Liberty 138k, SS 5w30/Amsoil

His: 2015 4Runner 45k, OE 5w30/Wix

Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4749626
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The OEM Hyundai/Kia is made by Mann. It will probably fine for a 10k OCI as long as your engine isn't GDI, or worse, TGDI crzy

Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4750022
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I owned a Hyundai Santa Fe for 13 years and that's all I used for 7500 mile OCIs. I sold it with 215K miles on it a few months ago and all was well. You can get them by the case online for pretty cheap.


02 Tacoma 3.4L, 222K, Magnatec 10W30
12 Highlander 3.5L, 101K, Napa Syn 0W20
17 Escape 2.0L, 37K, Hav ProDS 5W30
02 Trailblazer 4.2L, 182K, Edge HM 10W40
Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4750663
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Ok, Ill be that guy. Not a fan of a 10,000 mike OCI on a Kia/Hyundai. The filter will do it, but depending on the engine... whats the engine in question? Year/make/model/engine?


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Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4757525
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rmcnamara Offline OP
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The car is a 2015 soul. Has a 2.0 gdi.

Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4757529
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rmcnamara
Have you checked your owners manual for the recommended oil change intervals? Unless something has changed, KIA/Hyundai recommends 7,500 miles for normal conditions and 3,750 for severe conditions. The manual explains what qualifies as normal or severe driving conditions. Dont push your luck by extending the oil change intervals.


2013 KIA Optima EX 2.4L. Now: QSUD 5W30 & STP S2808ML
2017 Ford Escape SE 2.0T Now: Mobil 1 5W30 & NAPA Gold 1348
Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4759406
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Originally Posted By: rmcnamara
The car is a 2015 soul. Has a 2.0 gdi.


Yes, dont extend oil change intervals on that engine especially. Why risk it? Oil is cheap. Ive put short blocks in Souls recently that actually had decent maintenance records. Oil changes somewhere between 5k and 7k.


1969 Ford Torino GT 390 Auto
2003 Mercury Marauder
1992 Mercury Capri Convertible
2005 Ford Freestyle
2008 Hyundai Santa Fe
2015 Kia Optima
1947 Ford 2N
1978 Honda XL75
Plus Other Stuff...
Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4762246
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rmcnamara Offline OP
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I was thinking of going with 10k oci because I was going to try amsoil's new oil. But seems the consensus seems to stick with regular oci.

Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: rmcnamara] #4775010
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Full synthetic in my Kia Rio every 5K. Runs great.

Last edited by Urshurak776; 06/01/18 09:49 PM.

2012 Hyundai Santa Fe, 138,000 miles, Havoline Pro DS Full Syn 5W-30, WIX Filter.
2014 Kia Rio, 80,000 miles, Havoline Pro DS Syn 5W-30, WIX Filter.
Re: Hyundai Kia Filter [Re: JLTD] #4776142
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Originally Posted By: JLTD
Originally Posted By: walterjay
It is an excellent heavy filter. I use them on all my Hyundais.


A sincere "THANK YOU" for not putting an apostrophe between the i and the s.


Oddly......iPhone software defaults to this setting (adding apostrophes)

I'm not too impressed with the software writers in Cupertino, that's for sure


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