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Old 05-08-2010, 11:08 AM   #1
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Default AC Delco PF 46E filter?

Anyone use this? I assume it works ok.

I normally run a PF 46, but both wallyworld's in my area was out, and my work was out of them as well. I found a 46E at one of them and picked up it.
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Nevermind. It was boxed wrong and had a 46 filter inside it.
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whats the difference?
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PF61 is the truck filter, about an inch longer but holds more fluid. Its what I've used since my first old change.
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PF61 is the truck filter, about an inch longer but holds more fluid. Its what I've used since my first old change.
i ment between the E and the non E. i figured it out now.
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PF61 is the truck filter, about an inch longer but holds more fluid. Its what I've used since my first old change.
I wasn't using a 61 but did find out about the difference of the two I asked about.
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What is the difference between the two?
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Just to let you all know those are ECORE design oil filters and are COMPLETE garbage. I had one that had a hole right through the filter media between the plastic ecore cage. BUY SOMTHING ELSE unless you like replacing expensive engine parts. Another crappy feature on the AC duracrap filters is the CUT THREADS, this leaves behind metal shavings and cutting oil. Good oil filters use ROLLED threads like Purolator and other good brands.

AC DELCO oil filters are GARBAGE!
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