Recent Topics
Walmart Oil Change?
by Talent_Keyhole - 01/18/20 12:50 AM
Bleh, mother’s gas furnace fan burned up
by Rmay635703 - 01/17/20 11:23 PM
Rotella gas truck vs Valvoline modern engine
by MoPowa - 01/17/20 09:25 PM
Afton Specification Handbook -- September 2019
by Gokhan - 01/17/20 09:04 PM
Old Retired Navy Commander
by KeithS_NW_Ohio - 01/17/20 08:58 PM
Mobil 1 EP vs Mobil 1 EP Truck & SUV
by jrommelt - 01/17/20 08:29 PM
Stick with Maxlife or go back to DW-1?
by jayjr1105 - 01/17/20 07:58 PM
Thread locker
by zzyzzx - 01/17/20 07:56 PM
A preppers tale
by Bluestream - 01/17/20 07:50 PM
19 Ram Rebel oil choices
by Schwifty - 01/17/20 07:35 PM
Is it impossible to get a loan for an older vehicle?
by FordBroncoVWJeta - 01/17/20 07:22 PM
Fridge and freezer oil test
by jkhawaii - 01/17/20 06:59 PM
Not on sale but theeeeeeyyyyy're here!
by jayjr1105 - 01/17/20 06:47 PM
Valvoline Daily Protection 5w30 - $13.52 at Walmart
by RonRonnster - 01/17/20 06:39 PM
Gotta love Friday
by 53' Stude - 01/17/20 06:11 PM
It was 1911
by CourierDriver - 01/17/20 06:10 PM
Desulfating a Battery
by 5AcresAndAFool - 01/17/20 05:41 PM
Newest Members
jonnyb433, kzbd, 54Robert, CPA1989, myisland
70463 Registered Users
Who's Online Now
24 registered members (ArrestMeRedZ, Dave9, BlakeB, Char Baby, cjolson140, Bjornviken, 4 invisible), 815 guests, and 18 spiders.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Forum Statistics
Forums67
Topics300,267
Posts5,172,016
Members70,463
Most Online3,728
Jan 11th, 2020
Donate to BITOG
Print Thread
Hop To
Page 1 of 2 1 2
Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles #5143227 06/24/19 08:57 PM
Joined: Aug 2004
Posts: 6,237
blupupher Offline OP
OP Offline
Joined: Aug 2004
Posts: 6,237
This is an Mahle 180713CJ2 filter from my 2018 Santa Fe. 14,983 on vehicle, 4,683 miles on filter.
I know Mahle is the OEM filter for Hyundai/Kia, but it has a different number than OEM. This filter was put in by the selling dealer (an Acura dealer).
Oil was Delo XLS 10w-30 that was in for 2,998 miles (changed whatever dealer oil was in there ~12,000 miles, but left the filter in).

Fiber end cap:
[Linked Image]

Plastic end cap:
[Linked Image]

Slightly wide spacing at the seam, but the rest was great:
[Linked Image]

All cut apart, I tried to tear it apart with just my hands, but not happening:
[Linked Image]

There were some orange bits in the media, maybe some gasket sealer??
[Linked Image]

Little closer pics:
[Linked Image]

Put in some Pennzoil Platinum 10w-30 and another OEM Mahle filter:
[Linked Image]

[Linked Image]

Average of 19 mph, and 71.5 hours on the oil:
[Linked Image]

I also screwed up this change, something I have never done.
I installed an EZ-Drain (similar to Fumoto) this change, and forgot to close the valve, I had added 5.5 of 6 qts when I realized what happened.
Well, at least the engine got a nice internal rinse. Luckily it was some clearance oil with rebate, so was only ~$5 of oil wasted, but still mad at myself.



'18 Santa Fe: PP 10W-30/OEM
'18 Soul: Synpower 5W-30/PG
'10 Santa Fe: Synpower 5w-30/D+
'04 F150: Magnatec 10w-30/ST
'12 xB: M1EP 0W-20/CQ Blue
'02 F150: Magnatec 5W-20/D+
'94 VT1100: Peak 15W-40/D+
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: blupupher] #5143251 06/24/19 09:31 PM
Joined: Apr 2016
Posts: 1,792
F
FordBroncoVWJeta Offline
Offline
F
Joined: Apr 2016
Posts: 1,792
Does Hyundai spec 10w-30 for this engine?


2017 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T - 2015 Honda CRV 2.4 - 2012 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 - 2007 Chevy Trailblazer 4.2 - 2003 Ford Taurus 3.0 Vulcan
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: FordBroncoVWJeta] #5143380 06/25/19 03:50 AM
Joined: Feb 2015
Posts: 3,111
K
Kamele0N Offline
Offline
K
Joined: Feb 2015
Posts: 3,111
Originally Posted by FordBroncoVWJeta
Does Hyundai spec 10w-30 for this engine?

Does my LC (Toyota) spec 5w40 (10w40 was my previous fill) ???
Does my Yaris (Toyota) spec VW 504/507 oil???

Dont be (too) funny dude smile

Last edited by Kamele0N; 06/25/19 03:58 AM.

2008 Toyota Yaris 1ND-TV 1.4 D4-D Tech9 5W30 C3 VW 504/507
1997 Toyota Landcruiser KZJ95 3.0 TD Elf Evolution NF900 5W40
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: FordBroncoVWJeta] #5143398 06/25/19 05:17 AM
Joined: May 2019
Posts: 3,366
M
Mad_Hatter Offline
Offline
M
Joined: May 2019
Posts: 3,366
Originally Posted by FordBroncoVWJeta
Does Hyundai spec 10w-30 for this engine?


Hyundai allows 10w30 down to zero for both gdi and non gdi.

Filter looks ok to me, no big red flags that I can see and looks like it held up well. My Sedona uses cartridge filters. The OE's are pretty well made and decently priced @ about $10'ish, sometimes cheaper.. it's a bit cheaper to use aftermarket from Fram, Wix, Champ Labs and Ecogard - I've used all of them at some point without issues. They're all constructed very similar to the OE (pleat count, inner O-rings).

If I'm not mistaken Mahle is OE supplier, yes? I know M+H Korea makes the OE for mine.

Last edited by Mad_Hatter; 06/25/19 05:44 AM.
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: blupupher] #5143412 06/25/19 05:33 AM
Joined: Feb 2015
Posts: 3,111
K
Kamele0N Offline
Offline
K
Joined: Feb 2015
Posts: 3,111
Yes.....to battle valve deposits (and for better performances ) in their (T)GDi engines....


2008 Toyota Yaris 1ND-TV 1.4 D4-D Tech9 5W30 C3 VW 504/507
1997 Toyota Landcruiser KZJ95 3.0 TD Elf Evolution NF900 5W40
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: blupupher] #5143434 06/25/19 05:54 AM
Joined: Apr 2012
Posts: 11,648
wemay Offline
Offline
Joined: Apr 2012
Posts: 11,648
Nice work OP. Thanks for the great pics. Your Santa Fe will serve you well for many years.


2019 VW Passat Wolfsburg TSI
Castrol Edge Professional LL IV FE 0W-20, OEM

2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 2.0T
Mobil1 Annual Protection 5W30, M1-104
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: Mad_Hatter] #5143449 06/25/19 06:24 AM
Joined: Aug 2004
Posts: 6,237
blupupher Offline OP
OP Offline
Joined: Aug 2004
Posts: 6,237
Originally Posted by FordBroncoVWJeta
Does Hyundai spec 10w-30 for this engine?

5w-30 is the “recommended” and on the oil cap, but 10w-30 and 5w-40 are also on the list.

It is rarely below 32F here, never below 20F, so a 10w is just fine.

Originally Posted by wemay
Nice work OP. Thanks for the great pics. Your Santa Fe will serve you well for many years.

Thanks.

Originally Posted by Mad_Hatter

...
If I'm not mistaken Mahle is OE supplier, yes? I know M+H Korea makes the OE for mine.

Yup, Mahle seems to be a solid filter. I was going to buy an Ultra, but they were not making them till just recently. I bought 4 OEM a while back for < $30.


'18 Santa Fe: PP 10W-30/OEM
'18 Soul: Synpower 5W-30/PG
'10 Santa Fe: Synpower 5w-30/D+
'04 F150: Magnatec 10w-30/ST
'12 xB: M1EP 0W-20/CQ Blue
'02 F150: Magnatec 5W-20/D+
'94 VT1100: Peak 15W-40/D+
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: blupupher] #5143808 06/25/19 01:20 PM
Joined: Aug 2011
Posts: 2,450
GumbyJarvis Offline
Offline
Joined: Aug 2011
Posts: 2,450
Weird that Mahle is the OEM for these while Mann and Hummel Korea are the OEM for spin ons.
Nice filter none the less, plan on using Mahle spin ons I got for cheap on RockAuto for my truck.

Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: blupupher] #5144189 06/25/19 11:14 PM
Joined: Apr 2016
Posts: 1,792
F
FordBroncoVWJeta Offline
Offline
F
Joined: Apr 2016
Posts: 1,792
Originally Posted by blupupher
Originally Posted by FordBroncoVWJeta
Does Hyundai spec 10w-30 for this engine?

5w-30 is the “recommended” and on the oil cap, but 10w-30 and 5w-40 are also on the list.

It is rarely below 32F here, never below 20F, so a 10w is just fine.

I knew this was a thing on the older Hyundai's. I'm glad to see they are still doing it!


2017 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T - 2015 Honda CRV 2.4 - 2012 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 - 2007 Chevy Trailblazer 4.2 - 2003 Ford Taurus 3.0 Vulcan
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: blupupher] #5144258 06/26/19 03:05 AM
Joined: May 2019
Posts: 3,366
M
Mad_Hatter Offline
Offline
M
Joined: May 2019
Posts: 3,366
Originally Posted by blupupher

Yup, Mahle seems to be a solid filter. I was going to buy an Ultra, but they were not making them till just recently. I bought 4 OEM a while back for < $30.


Not a bad price for 4 filters given how well constructed they appear to be.👍 You could easily do worse.

Nice ride btw, I'm jealous 😉.. quick question, you said you went with the EzDrain...how do you like it? Pro's/Con's?? I've been kicking around the idea of using one of those quick drain plugs, when you've got a bad back like I do... the less time spent under the car, the better. I haven't pulled the trigger on getting one because of my fear that it would get knocked open by something the car kicks up. Do you see that as a potential issue with the EzDrain???

Last edited by Mad_Hatter; 06/26/19 03:11 AM.
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: Mad_Hatter] #5144463 06/26/19 08:42 AM
Joined: Aug 2004
Posts: 6,237
blupupher Offline OP
OP Offline
Joined: Aug 2004
Posts: 6,237
Originally Posted by Mad_Hatter

Nice ride btw, I'm jealous 😉.. quick question, you said you went with the EzDrain...how do you like it? Pro's/Con's?? I've been kicking around the idea of using one of those quick drain plugs, when you've got a bad back like I do... the less time spent under the car, the better. I haven't pulled the trigger on getting one because of my fear that it would get knocked open by something the car kicks up. Do you see that as a potential issue with the EzDrain???

Thanks. Wife loves it, and since it is hers, that’s all that matters.

I decided to try the EZ-Drain this time instead of the Fumoto because it was a few bucks cheaper. They are very similar design, I think the biggest difference is material (I think the Fumoto is brass, EZ-Drain is stainless?).
On the Santa Fe, the drain hole faces backwards and the valve is completely protected and plenty of access to the valve lever. The lever has a detent in it to prevent accidental opening, and Fumoto sells a little clip that can go over that for double the protection.
You just need to make sure that the vehicle you put it on has a drain hole in a place that does not expose the valve to the possibility of getting broken off.
I can take a pic of mine later if you want (as well as the other vehicles I have them on, one of which is borderline too exposed.


'18 Santa Fe: PP 10W-30/OEM
'18 Soul: Synpower 5W-30/PG
'10 Santa Fe: Synpower 5w-30/D+
'04 F150: Magnatec 10w-30/ST
'12 xB: M1EP 0W-20/CQ Blue
'02 F150: Magnatec 5W-20/D+
'94 VT1100: Peak 15W-40/D+
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: blupupher] #5144620 06/26/19 11:35 AM
Joined: May 2016
Posts: 58
L
LubeFiner Offline
Offline
L
Joined: May 2016
Posts: 58
Brass construction with nickel plating for the body with the ball being chrome plated.


2008 Jeep Patriot Sport FWD 2.4L 246K QSUD 5w20 Fram UG

2000 Ford Expedition AWD 4.6L Cleveland 298K STech FS HM 5W30 FL-820S

1998 Dodge Grand Caravan FWD 3.8L V-6 163K Car Heaven

Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: blupupher] #5144709 06/26/19 12:48 PM
Joined: May 2019
Posts: 3,366
M
Mad_Hatter Offline
Offline
M
Joined: May 2019
Posts: 3,366
Originally Posted by blupupher
Originally Posted by Mad_Hatter

Nice ride btw, I'm jealous 😉.. quick question, you said you went with the EzDrain...how do you like it? Pro's/Con's?? I've been kicking around the idea of using one of those quick drain plugs, when you've got a bad back like I do... the less time spent under the car, the better. I haven't pulled the trigger on getting one because of my fear that it would get knocked open by something the car kicks up. Do you see that as a potential issue with the EzDrain???

Thanks. Wife loves it, and since it is hers, that’s all that matters.

I decided to try the EZ-Drain this time instead of the Fumoto because it was a few bucks cheaper. They are very similar design, I think the biggest difference is material (I think the Fumoto is brass, EZ-Drain is stainless?).
On the Santa Fe, the drain hole faces backwards and the valve is completely protected and plenty of access to the valve lever. The lever has a detent in it to prevent accidental opening, and Fumoto sells a little clip that can go over that for double the protection.
You just need to make sure that the vehicle you put it on has a drain hole in a place that does not expose the valve to the possibility of getting broken off.
I can take a pic of mine later if you want (as well as the other vehicles I have them on, one of which is borderline too exposed.


That would be awesome. Thanks 👍

Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: FordBroncoVWJeta] #5144882 06/26/19 03:44 PM
Joined: Apr 2015
Posts: 374
A
AnthemBassMan Offline
Offline
A
Joined: Apr 2015
Posts: 374
Originally Posted by FordBroncoVWJeta
Does Hyundai spec 10w-30 for this engine?


For my 2017 Hyundai Elantra with the 2.0, 10w30 is listed in the owner’s manual as acceptable for temps above 0*. I’ve been running 5w30 for the past year and a half, but will give the 10w30 a go at my next oil change.

L8R,
Matt

Last edited by AnthemBassMan; 06/26/19 03:45 PM.

2010 Chrysler Sebring Touring 191kmiles
Harvest King 5w30 full synthetic/Prime Guard POF2222 filter

2017 Hyundai Elantra SE 41.6k miles
Pennzoil Platinum 5w30/Fram Ultra XG9688 filter
Re: Mahle 180713CJ2 (OEM Hyundai) C&P, 4,683 miles [Re: Mad_Hatter] #5145106 06/26/19 07:54 PM
Joined: Aug 2004
Posts: 6,237
blupupher Offline OP
OP Offline
Joined: Aug 2004
Posts: 6,237
Originally Posted by Mad_Hatter

That would be awesome. Thanks 👍

Here is the Santa Fe:
[Linked Image]

[Linked Image]

This is the Scion xB. It looks very exposed, but really is not:
[Linked Image]

Here is my F150. This is most exposed of the 3 I have. Since it never goes off road or anything like that, I am not worried about it.
[Linked Image]

The little lever does sit below the front sub-frame and could be an issue for some.
[Linked Image]


'18 Santa Fe: PP 10W-30/OEM
'18 Soul: Synpower 5W-30/PG
'10 Santa Fe: Synpower 5w-30/D+
'04 F150: Magnatec 10w-30/ST
'12 xB: M1EP 0W-20/CQ Blue
'02 F150: Magnatec 5W-20/D+
'94 VT1100: Peak 15W-40/D+
Page 1 of 2 1 2
Previous Thread
Index
Next Thread

BOB IS THE OIL GUY® Powered by UBB.threads™