THE Air and Oil Filter Thread

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Old 09-20-2007, 01:46 PM
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Since I just went through the process of changing all my air filters I thought I would combine the info I collected from several other threads.

Listed below are all of the relevant part #'s I gathered from this forum as well as some recommended online retailers.


If anyone has updated/confirmed part #'s and/or prices please post them here or PM me and I will update this post.

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Ford Escape / Mercury Mariner Hybrid Filters


Cabin Air Filter:
(2005-2006)


Purolator - C25478
NPN - R2060-239544 (per partsamerica.com)
Bosch - R2060-138313 (per GH)
Bosch - P3710
Motorcraft OEM - FP49
Wix - 24816
NAPA – FIL 4816

AC DELCO - CF108 & CF108C (listed for 07-08 but actually rectangular so probably for 05-06)


(2007-2009)

Ford - 8L8Z-19N619-B
Motorcraft - FP-66


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Engine Air Filter (2005-2009):

Fram - CA10170
Motorcraft OEM - FA1772
Purolator - A25567
K&N - 33-2347
Wix - 49187
NAPA - FIL 9187


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Battery Air Filter:
(2005-2009)

Purolator - C25571
Motorcraft OEM - FP51
Wix - 24477
NAPA – FIL 4477



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Engine Oil Filter:
(2005-2009)

Ford OEM - FL-2017-B
Mazda OEM - L321-14-302-9U (per GH)
Purolator - L15505 (standard)
Purolator PureOne - PL15505
Wix - 57203
K&N - HP-7013 (per GH)
NAPA – FIL 2703 (Gold)
NAPA- SFI 27203 (ProSelect)
Bosch - Oil Filter 3314



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Online retailers, part #'s and prices (as of 3/2/2010)
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www.Amazon.com (free super saver shipping)
Cabin Filter - Wix 24816 - $16.18
Engine Filter - Fram CA10170 - $9.65
Battery Filter - Wix 24477 - $14.31
Oil Filter - Wix 57203 - $6.06

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www.advanceautoparts.com (free shipping on orders over $80)
Cabin -Purolator C25478 - $23.49
Engine - Purolator A25567 - $10.59
Battery - Purolator C25571 - $15.77
Oil - Purolator L15505 - $6.59

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www.RockAuto.com
Cabin Filter - Wix 24816 - $14.38
Engine Filter - Wix 49187 - $27.79
Battery Filter - Wix 24477 - $13.40
Oil Filter - Wix 57203 - $3.96


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Here are the relevant posts for reference

Air Filters:
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...r-filter-9525/
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...-filter-12782/
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...r-filter-7649/
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...r-filter-4261/
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...front-c-14177/
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...-filter-15043/
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...y-filter-5771/
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...ter-08s-14383/

Oil Filters:
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...40/index2.html
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...l-filter-6562/
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...l-filter-4474/
https://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/...-filter-14165/


CHANGING THE FILTERS -


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Battery Filter:

1. Cover is in the cargo area on the driver's side. Use your finger to pop off the plastic panel cover.



2. There is a little black plastic cover that is held in place by two black plastic "clips". It pops right out with a little tug (you might have to push the tabs a little to release the cover).



3. You can see the little white filter. Pull out the old one and stick in the new one. There should be little arrows on the side to tell you which side goes up.



4. Pop the black plastic cover back in place and replace the panel covering.

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Engine Filter:

1. Cover is on the driver's side of the engine compartment. There are two metal clips on the left side. Pull up on the bottom part of the clips to release them. (they are attached and won't fall down)



2. Slide the black housing to the left so that the three black tabs shown here slide out of the slots holding them in place.



3. Lift up the housing to reveal the old filter. Pull it out and replace it.



4. Slide the housing back in place and re-clamp the two clips.
 

Last edited by Tim K; 03-03-2010 at 09:46 AM.
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Old 09-20-2007, 03:35 PM
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Great thread Tim, I'm stickying this for others to find quickly.
 
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Old 09-21-2007, 07:13 PM
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Great thread Tim. If you want to go "cheap", you can buy a furnace filter and cut it to size for the cabin air filter (you can get 4-6 per furnace filter), and use some duct tape to "seal" the edges. Certainly wouldn't do this with a required filter like the battery one, but it works in place of the no-filter-installed-at-factory cabin filter.
 
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Old 09-28-2007, 04:37 PM
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Bosch Part Number P3710 is for a Cabin Micron Filter.
NOT an engine filter, as posted in post #1.
Cost was $15.99 at Checker Auto.

Fits All Escapes and Tributes from 2001 to 2006 incl. Hybrid.
( Probably 2006 and earlier Mariner also )

I just put one in. It looks like the battery air filter only larger.
Fits perfectly, and installs easily in 10 minutes or less.
All you need is a standard Phillips head screwdriver.
-John

 
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Old 09-28-2007, 08:49 PM
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Thanks John. I corrected the first post. Any idea what the Bosch - R2060-138313 is then? I've seen this on a couple of auto parts sites as the cabin filter.
 
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Old 09-28-2007, 09:16 PM
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Maybe there's more than one?
Maybe one is able to filter 5 micron particles and one 1 micron? I have no idea. I just went to the store and bought the only option they had: P3710 which is for sure a cabin filter.
 
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Old 10-19-2007, 03:08 PM
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Some of the Bosch filters have activated carbon impregnated in them for the skunk factor.
 
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Old 11-05-2007, 08:42 PM
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As I just posted in another thread, the confirmed part numbers for a 2007-2008 cabin air filter are:

Ford: 8L8Z-19N619-B
Motorcraft: FP-66

I have the Ford/Motorcraft box and it has both part numbers on it.
 
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Old 11-10-2007, 05:53 AM
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I looked up the air filter part number for the 08's High Voltage battery in the back. It is the same as previous generations of FEH. Part number FP51.

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Old 11-13-2007, 05:12 AM
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I put a cabin air filter (FP-66) in my 2008 the other day. Those with 2008 and newer models should note that the process documented here in this thread is for the previous generation and is not exactly the same for the Gen2 FEH. It's very similar, but there are some differences. Of note, the cowl can not be removed without removing the wipers. And, even if you were to remove the cowl, the air intake box is not fully accessible as it is partly covered by the firewall in the newer vehicles. Also, the FP-66 must be slightly deformed to fit in the box. It's "almost" the right size but not quite.
 

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