An oil filter is necessary to protect the engine against impurities in the engine oil. Short journeys and stop-and-go traffic are a particular source of stress. Frequent cold starting produces more condensate and excess fuel in the mixture. Consequence: Unburnt hydrocarbons and condensate ingress into the oil. These evaporate at high engine temperatures, thus further detracting from the lubrication properties of the oil. To ensure you do not have to think about such things between the recommended maintenance intervals, we advise using top quality oil filters from Bosch.
- Competitive pricing from a trusted brand
- 97.5% efficiency
- Holds up to 13 grams* of dirt
- 98% vehicle coverage
*Based on ISO 4548-12 at 40 microns on L3500
What happens if your oil filter becomes clogged?
- Premature engine wear or even damage
- Reduced engine power
- Increased oil consumption
- Oil leakage
Bosch Workshop Oil Filters designed for the professional installer.
Frequently Asked Questions
|1.||How often should I change my oil filter?|
Based on the filter and oil you‘re using, and the driving conditions, oil filter changes may be different for each individual. Bosch manufactures several lines of oil filters to last the recommended oil change interval that is recommended in your vehicle‘s owners manual. You should always consult your owners manual before changing the oil filter.