How Do You Use the FRAM Filters Cross-Reference System?


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Input a competitor's part number in the search bar labeled Competitor Cross Reference on the FRAM catalog to use the online cross-reference tool, as of April 2015. Separate each part number with a comma, and use an asterisk before and after the partial part number to use wildcard search operators.

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Click the Search button on the FRAM catalog to initiate the search. For example, an oil filter for WIX numbered 57561 corresponds to the FRAM oil filter part number PH10600. Customers can search for air filters, cabin filters, oil filters, fuel filters and transmission filters by using this method. Before using the FRAM cross-reference tool, be sure to locate the competitor part number on the part, inside the part's packaging or on the competitor's website.

Use the Application Look-Up module on the FRAM catalog to find the appropriate FRAM product for your vehicle. FRAM manufactures filters for passenger cars, light trucks, heavy-duty engines, off-road engines and lawn equipment. Select the type of filter you need by checking one of the appropriate boxes on the Application Look-Up function, or check the Select All box to search all product categories. Choose the application type from a drop-down menu, and then pick parameters such as the year, make and model of a vehicle to discover what filter works.

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