The best oil filters for removing toxins from your motor oil are factory-direct, straight from the manufacturer. How your original oil filters work is simple. Your oil pump drives oil from your engine back and forth through them. That oil goes through a fibrous surface that captures those pollutants. This keeps hazardous materials from building up in your engine. The results are cleaner engine oil, with fewer impurities, and a top-performing engine. However, even high-quality OEM oil filters degrade eventually. They get clogged or they just break down from age. That can mean an engine full of sludge, leading to wear on auto parts from your oil pump to your bearings, not to mention on your engine. It's best to change your oil filter at every oil change, meaning every 3 months or few thousand miles. What oil filter your car needs varies by size, both thread size and gasket size. Be sure not to use the wrong filter, as it can cause an oil leak, or the filter could simply disconnect. A filter that's come off can result in major engine damage. Luckily, what oil filters to use and when: that's easy to figure out. You can consult your vehicle's owner's manual. However, a genuine oil filter will be the right decision either way. They come designed to fit your make and model, and our auto parts department makes it easy to order online. Browse our wide selection, and save time, effort, and money -- buy today. We ship promptly!