Tools and Equipment

Replacement Parts

Tools and Equipment

Filter Options

Important: To get started, click the blue "Filter Options" button to select your vehicle and then use the filters to narrow your options.

Important: To get started, select your vehicle on the left and then use the filters to narrow your options.

What is an oil filter wrench?

An oil filter wrench is a tool used to remove the oil filter from a vehicle. It is designed to fit tightly around the oil filter, allowing the user to unscrew it with ease.

How do I know if my oil filter wrench is faulty?

If your oil filter wrench is not working correctly, you may notice signs such as: it slips off the filter when you try to unscrew it; it does not fit snugly around the filter; or it does not turn the filter.

Can a faulty oil filter wrench cause damage?

Yes, a faulty oil filter wrench can cause damage to the oil filter or to the vehicle. If the wrench slips off the filter, it can damage the filter, and if it does not turn the filter, it can cause damage to the threads on the filter.

How do I replace an oil filter wrench?

Replacing an oil filter wrench is relatively easy.

  1. Purchase an oil filter wrench that fits your vehicle's oil filter.
  2. Insert the wrench onto the oil filter and turn it counter-clockwise until the filter is removed.
  3. Insert the new oil filter and turn the wrench clockwise to screw it in.
  4. Remove the wrench and check for any leakage.

How often should I inspect my oil filter wrench?

It is recommended to inspect your oil filter wrench at least once a year. Check it for any signs of wear and tear, and make sure it fits snugly around the oil filter.