Ecoguard Oil Filter No Oil Pressure

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d2305

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Feb 1, 2017
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Used an Ecoguard oil filter and had no oil pressure. Went to the dealer and got a Mopar filter and it worked fine. Guess I'll be using Mopar filters.
 

John

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Very odd as others have used them with success. Do you have any idea why?
 

d2305

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Feb 1, 2017
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No. I think the filter depresses a valve to let the oil flow. I'll be using Mopar filters in the future.
 

flying7

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Jul 15, 2014
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dealer has done my changes, but whats the most recommended filter to run?
 
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GearHead

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I have used MOPAR and MANN (which by the way is the manufacturer of MOPAR brand filters) and WIX. I have had no issues with any in my ED. I did have a no oil pressure issue with a WIX in a KIA, replaced filter with new WIX with no further issue, bad filter.