AMSOIL Ea® Oil Filters: Your Efficient Choice

To provide you with more high-efficiency filter options, we have expanded our Ea Oil Filter (EAO, EA15K) line to include seven new cartridge-style filters.

Ea Oil Filters provide a perfect pairing for the superior protection and performance provided by AMSOIL synthetic motor oils.

Absolute Efficiency

The exclusive technology used in Ea Oil Filters provides filtering efficiency of 98.7 percent at 20 microns. Ea Oil Filters are among the most efficient filters available for auto/light-truck applications.

Maximum Capacity

Ea Oil Filters have greater capacity than competing filter brands, providing confidence the oil filter will provide filtered oil to the engine over the course of the drain interval.

Improved Flow

The synthetic media in Ea Oil Filters allows maximum efficiency without restricting flow. This provides exceptional cold-start performance and ensures consistent oil flow to the engine.

Extended Service Intervals

When used in conjunction with AMSOIL synthetic motor oils, Ea Oil Filters are guaranteed for extended service life:

  • Ea Filters designated with product code EA15K are recommended for 15,000 miles/one year, whichever comes first, in normal or severe service.
  • Ea Filters designated with product code EAO are recommended for 25,000 miles/one year, whichever comes first, in normal service or 15,000 miles/one year, whichever comes first, in severe service.

 

Expanded Ea Oil Filter Line

Stock #             General Applications

EA15K16          Volkswagen* (98-06) w/1.9L, 2.0L diesel

EA15K19          Chrysler*, Dodge*, Jeep*, Ram* (14-19)

EA15K35          Various GM*, Saturn* (09-19)

EA15K37          Various Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep w/3.6L Pentastar* engine (11-13), VW* Routan* (11-12)

EA15K39          Chrysler Crossfire* SRT-6* (05-07), Various Mercedes* (05-15), Sprinter* vans (07-09)

EA15K43          Ford* Edge*, Fusion*, F150*, Lincoln* (15-19)

EA15K54          Various BMW* models (05-19)

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