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Ram 5500 Oil Filter

The engine oil in your Ram 5500 contains metal shavings, particles, soot, sediment, and other contaminants. The purpose of the oil filter is to remove those pollutants so your engine can run more smoothly and reduction in cost the likelihood of internal damage or other costly repairs.

Clean oil is critical to the performance of your Ram 5500, and the best oil filter is different for every make and model and in some cases can be dependent on the type of oil you pick for your car. It's always best to check your Ram 5500 maintenance guide located in your owner's manual for the bargain type of oil filter and recommended replacement intervals. Don't have your owner's manual handy? Simply give Mike Shaw Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram a call at 9702364701 or schedule a service appointment online and one of our quick-lane oil techs can get your oil filter changed hastily and efficiently.

What brand oil filter does Ram 5500 use?

Mike Shaw Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram will always suggest you choose original factory parts when replacing your oil filter, particularly on a Ram 5500. These filters are hand chosen for your engine and may also require factory tools to access. Our dedicated oil filter technicians can have your oil and filter replacement completed in 30 minutes unless were incredibly busy. Give us a call or schedule your service online today!

How much is a Ram 5500 oil filter?

A Ram 5500 oil filter usually ranges from $8.99 to $19.99 after discounts depending on a few customizable options. In most cases, the cost of labor is more expensive than the filter itself. At Mike Shaw Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, our oil and filter changes on the Ram 5500 are usually bundled together and can be done in under 30 minutes unless we're remarkably busy. We use certified OEM parts and tools to make bold every component of your vehicle is handled with care. We also deal a free multi-point inspection with every oil & filter change. Check out today's specials and schedule an appointment online.

How long do Ram 5500 oil filters last?

The oil filter on your Ram 5500 will normally last over 3,000 miles or 3 months, however, copious oil filters can survive average wear and tear for up to 7,500 miles. It's recommended that you get your Ram 5500 oil filter interchanged every time you get an oil change and have it inspected anytime you visit your local auto shop. At Mike Shaw Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we will check the oil filter for contaminants for free as part of our complimentary multi-point inspection. We also offer a collection of oil filter & oil change coupons.

What is the best Ram 5500 oil filter?

The best oil filter for a Ram 5500 is going to depend on the surface area, the material of the filter, and consistency in manufacturing. You don't want crumbled or bits of paper in your engine oil, and the greater the surface area, the more contaminants it can filter out. Of course, the fit is harsh, so our recommendation is to always go with the oil filter that Ram chose completely for your engine when it came off the assembly line. Mike Shaw Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram will replace the oil filter on your Ram 5500 with a brand new Ram OEM certified replacement. Installation is made even easier when using our service center as we have mechanics that not only use certified OEM parts, but also the specialized tools mandatory to get to your oil filter.

Schedule your oil filter replacement with Mike Shaw Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram now!

Ram 5500 Oil Filter Replacement

Most oil filters aren't available from the top, making them kind of a pain to replace. You'll need a lift or a tall jack to be able to do so. At Mike Shaw Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we've got multiple service bays with Ram certified dedicated oil and lube technicians who can change your Ram 5500 oil filter instantly at a incredibly low price. We'll also perform a free multipoint inspection anytime you visit. Check out our oil and filter coupons then book your appointment online to save even more! You can always give us a call at 9702364701 for more info on do-it-yourself oil filter replacement.