When you change the oil, change the filter, too
How can you tell when your filter has reached capacity—when it can trap and hold no more dangerous specks of abrasive dirt? Some types can be inspected periodically, though that can be a messy and awkward job. The one really sure way is to change your filter when you change your oil—to protect your engine with the perfect combination of safe lubrication: clean oil and clean filter. There are genuine Purolator Micronic refills for virtually all modern cars. They are not expensive, and they give many times the value of their small cost—by helping your oil do the job it’s meant to do, and by protecting your engine against life-shortening wear and damage.
MICRONIC OIL FILTERS AND REFILLS
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Genuine Purolator Micmac filters are approved by major motor nianufaeturers. More Purolator Mieronic filters are now fitted to net British ears than any other type.
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