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2016 Diesel oil filter

Can someone point me to the correct part no.? I have seen the old ones on Amazon that ends with AA, but then saw another one selling AA.2. I did read someone mentioning on JF or JG about the latest version ending with AB.

Can someone give me the exact and full part no. for 2016 3.0 Jeep Ecodiesel? I am planning to change my engine oil at 2k and I already got Pennzoil L from Amazon.

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Can someone point me to the correct part no.? I have seen the old ones on Amazon that ends with AA, but then saw another one selling AA.2. I did read someone mentioning on JF or JG about the latest version ending with AB.

Can someone give me the exact and full part no. for 2016 3.0 Jeep Ecodiesel? I am planning to change my engine oil at 2k and I already got Pennzoil L from Amazon.

Thanks!
Why are you changing your engine oil at 2000 miles? You could literally put the cost of an oil change on dollars and light it on fire and you'd be doing the same thing. There aren't any wear metals that you're going to be saving your engine from by doing an oil change that early. Even the stealership would be scratching their heads
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Re: 2016 Diesel oil filter

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Can someone point me to the correct part no.?
I think the parts are the same for your 2016 vs my 2014:
Mopar- 68229402AA
Napa Gold- FIL100060
STP- S11794
Fram- CH11794
Purolator- L38157
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Why are you changing your engine oil at 2000 miles? You could literally put the cost of an oil change on dollars and light it on fire and you'd be doing the same thing. There aren't any wear metals that you're going to be saving your engine from by doing an oil change that early. Even the stealership would be scratching their heads
I wasn't planning on telling the stealership about the oil change or reset oci minder and will take it for free oil change at 10k. Two reasons for changing the first oil early and probably change every 5-6K from there on:

1. I intend to keep this Jeep for a long time. Oil and filters are cheap.
2. I am not sold on this low ash oil. I think the focus with this oil is more on not clogging the dpf and less on protecting engine.
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...probably change every 5-6K from there on:

1. I intend to keep this Jeep for a long time. Oil and filters are cheap.
2. I am not sold on this low ash oil. I think the focus with this oil is more on not clogging the dpf and less on protecting engine.
I agree with the above. That way I don't feel a huge amount of pressure to change it right at 5k. That's also a good interval for tire rotations, and other maintenance that comes at 5k multiples. Time will tell the true environmental cost of DPFs, SCR systems, and ACEA-C3 compliant oil.
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I wasn't planning on telling the stealership about the oil change or reset oci minder and will take it for free oil change at 10k. Two reasons for changing the first oil early and probably change every 5-6K from there on:

1. I intend to keep this Jeep for a long time. Oil and filters are cheap.
2. I am not sold on this low ash oil. I think the focus with this oil is more on not clogging the dpf and less on protecting engine.
Ok, but I don't see how changing the oil 2 thousand miles in is going to extend the life of your engine and "make the difference" vice getting your money's worth and doing it at 10. And as far as the low ash oil, the lack of zinc present isn't going to matter if you change it at 2 or 10.

I assume you still have your EGR on? Do you have a catch can running from your CCV? I can assure you the vapors from your crank case and the EGR are going to do a LOT more damage than changing your oil every 5k miles ....

I get they are "cheaper than a rebuilt engine!!!!" But it's a complete waste of money and I really feel like people do this stuff early to satisfy this itch or something that they were a big truck kind of guy and did maintenance. To each their own, but you're blowing money down the drain and still having far worse happening to your engine.
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Ok, but I don't see how changing the oil 2 thousand miles in is going to extend the life of your engine and "make the difference" vice getting your money's worth and doing it at 10. And as far as the low ash oil, the lack of zinc present isn't going to matter if you change it at 2 or 10.

I assume you still have your EGR on? Do you have a catch can running from your CCV? I can assure you the vapors from your crank case and the EGR are going to do a LOT more damage than changing your oil every 5k miles ....

I get they are "cheaper than a rebuilt engine!!!!" But it's a complete waste of money and I really feel like people do this stuff early to satisfy this itch or something that they were a big truck kind of guy and did maintenance. To each their own, but you're blowing money down the drain and still having far worse happening to your engine.
Have not caught up with Catch-can concept. I always keeps my vehicles as stock as possible. I don't pretend I am big truck guy or talking about frequent oil change doesn't make me popular (as one can see).

What it does is that it gives me piece of mind. My lawn mower runs on synthetic oil, and so does my air compressor. Yes, complete waste of money for your perhaps, but I don't think so.

Regular Mobil1 synthetic is only 5-6 bucks a quart. I spend much more than that when i go to the shooting range in less than one minute. Wait a minute...that is money blowing down the drain too.
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Re: 2016 Diesel oil filter

i changed my oil at 1500mi with oem filter and oil. i do this with all my vehicles, wish i nhad taken a picture of used oil. you would be surprised what gets kickeed up in the first 2k. its worked for me and maybe superstition, but ive put millions of miles on diesels and gassers.
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Have not caught up with Catch-can concept. I always keeps my vehicles as stock as possible. I don't pretend I am big truck guy or talking about frequent oil change doesn't make me popular (as one can see).

What it does is that it gives me piece of mind. My lawn mower runs on synthetic oil, and so does my air compressor. Yes, complete waste of money for your perhaps, but I don't think so.

Regular Mobil1 synthetic is only 5-6 bucks a quart. I spend much more than that when i go to the shooting range in less than one minute. Wait a minute...that is money blowing down the drain too.
Uhhhh as someone in the military and who owns and uses guns I don't think range time to maintain proficiency is a good analogy to justify changing oil. I think money spent on ammo is a little closer in line to putting fuel in your car ....

It's your money but it's a little overkill. If you don't think it's a bad idea why are you not going to tell the dealership?
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Uhhhh as someone in the military and who owns and uses guns I don't think range time to maintain proficiency is a good analogy to justify changing oil. I think money spent on ammo is a little closer in line to putting fuel in your car ....

It's your money but it's a little overkill. If you don't think it's a bad idea why are you not going to tell the dealership?
Why should I tell dealership about it? I am not hiding anything, just don't want to give them excuses for future to get out of warranty work, if needed.

Anyway, definition of overkill varies with people. There are a whole lot of guys who believe 10K oil change interval is way of making money, as modern oil and engines can run 15-20K and 10K OCI is just to keep dealerships in business.
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Re: 2016 Diesel oil filter

Just curious as I am stocking up on supplies to change my oil.... I am looking at the AFE 4 pack of oil filters for 60$, is the quality as good as the mahle? Also I am confused on the oil to buy as this is my first jeep and ecodiesel... How much does it take and what type? I see people say they changed the requirement, but I have not seen that in writing. This is for a new 2015 jeep ecodiesel. I was going to use Kendall euro oil, but if I can use something cheaper I might as well as long as it is what is required. Since I am doing my own maint I hope that they dealer or whoever doesn't give me crap for not using non-oem filters. On my other vehicles GM never said squat but then I used better than OEM.
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Re: 2016 Diesel oil filter

Hell I found this after looking again...

We recommend you use 5W-40 synthetic engine oil such as MOPAR or Shell
Rotella that meets FCA Material Standard MS-10902 and the API CJ-4 or ACEA
E9/E7 or ACEA A3/B4 engine oil category is required.


and also it appears that 8 quarts.... Now to get the oil filter choice narrowed down.

So the oil supplement I was looking at was rev 3 and now I found rev 7. Thanks Mopar. The old one should have been removed.
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