Originally Posted by Bill Kapaun
I don't have a problem with FRAM's cardboard end caps because, as mentioned, the media is basically a "paper".
I do have problem with their ADBV's that seem to fail on a regular basis.
I first noticed this about 10 years ago. When I would start my car, after sitting overnight, the oil light would take 2-3 seconds to go out. Went with a non FRAM filter and the light went out instantly. IOW, the filter was draining out!
I just think there are better choices for the money than FRAM.
I won't disagree with you on that there are better filters on the market
What I don't understand, is what does the oil light going out have to do with the filter ? Maybe I'm missing something here, but isn't the oil light an indicator of low oil ?
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