Service Pro Oil Filter Application

Important Oil Filter Application Information This memo serves as an explanation and clarification on specific Chevrolet, GM, Hyundai, and Kia oil filter application. It is necessary that all sales personnel and customers be advised of these changes. It is extremely important that installer understand the difference between these specialty filters, EP and M oil filters. […]

New UPG63R Oil Filter from Service Pro

New UPG63R Service Pro Oil Filter New UPG63R Oil Filter Details: Can withstand up to 450 PSI per General Motors recommendation for these applications Bypass-relief valve opening pressure of 20-24 PSI Filter media designed to meet GM’s recommended 7,500 miles service interval Silicone anti-drainback valve Please follow and like us:

Service Pro Hyundai & Kia Oil Filter Caps

Service Pro Hyundai & Kia Oil Filter Caps M6127 and E6127 fit has changed. In regards to the Model Year 2019 Production. Hyundai introduced a redesigned oil filter cap on the Hyundai Santa Fe XL V6. This change is not identified by a supersession to a new Hyundai part number. They will be retroactively replacing […]

GM 1.4L Engine Oil Filters Technical Bulletin

SM5839 and SM10592 GM 1.4L Engine Oil Filters GM Vehicles with HENGST or UFI oil filter adapters & caps should use SM5839 or SM10592 Service Pro Oil Filters. Certain GM vehicles with 1.4L engine listed below use two different oil filters depending on the original equipment housing adapter and cap installed in the vehicle. The […]

M5839 Engine Oil Filter Service Bulletin

And T5839 Engine Oil Filter Service February 22, 2018 Technical Service Bulletin IPC 172 Due to the location of the oil filter housing on the engine, some installers find themselves applying side pressure when extracting the filter cartridge. In some cases, this pressure could dislodge the center tube from the housing – causing it to […]

Product Removal Precaution

Product Notification – the following part numbers may experience end-cap separation when removing from the housing. When installed properly, the filters meet or exceed factory specifications. In other words, while in service, the filters perform as they should. But there is a slight possibility of an endcap coming loose upon filter removal…therefore we are advising […]

Eaton Approved

Eaton Approved Lubricants Update Important Eaton Transmission Lubricant Update – January 2017 Lubricant specification PS-164 Rev 7 is being replaced on January 1, 2017 by PS-386. All applications that required the use of PS-164 Rev7 will now require the use of PS-386. OEM Production: All Major OEMs have transitioned to the PS-386 approved lubricant in 2016. Aftermarket: Eaton recognizes […]