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Just had this prob for the first time. Had been using fram filters for 40k mi with no prob. But what a mess this is, will be switching to oem just to avoid this hassle again.
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Update: just bot 6 oem filters on eBay for $45 incl ship. Had I known about this prob, I would never have used anything but oem. Maybe that explains why the local parts stores always had only 1 or 2 aftermarket filters In stock, nobody buys them.
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I used a digital caliper to measure the diameter of the rubber ring on a FRAM 9688 series filter (recommended by FRAM for my '12 Sonata), and it is about six hundredths of an inch less in diameter from outer edge to outer edge than the crown of the rounded rubber ring measured from one side of the filter to the other on the Hyundai filter for my car. The FRAM ring is really a little too small. And, to my surprise, the cost of the Hyundai filter at my dealer was about the same price as a FRAM filter. (My Hyundai filter did not come with a replacement metal washer for the drain plug, as some Hyundai filters have.)
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Hi All, just encountered he same problem.i replaced a genuine oil filter with with an aftermarket type and now there is a slight oil leak.
I did notice that the genuine filter was installed at the dealer and it was extremely tight to remove. next time I will try the genuine article and compare the filters a bit more closely.I did pre-oil the seal
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I only use Hyundai filters mainly for that reason. Too many stories of aftermarket filter kits leaking. You can buy the Hyundai filters online and on Ebay. That being said Wix also makes a filter, not sure if they will leak or not.

Wix
Part Number: 57061
UPC Number: 765809570610
Principal Application: Various Hyundai, Kia (06-10)
All Applications
Style: Cartridge Lube Metal Free Filter
Service: Lube
Type: Full Flow
Media: Paper
I haven't checked to see if this is the same Wix I use on my 07 Santa Fe 3.3L but I have only used them since I got the car, about 80,000 miles ago , with no problem. They come with the two O rings. NAPA is also Wix. I think the last one came with a drain plug gasket. Like the OEM it is aluminum.


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QUOTE (Brig @ Jun 22 2011, 09:36 PM)

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Hyundai Technical Service
Bulletin
Subject
Group
Number
Date
Model
CIRCULATE TO: [ ] GENERAL MANAGER
[X] SERVICE ADVISOR [X] SERVICE MANAGER [X] WARRANTY MGR [ ] SALES MANAGER
[X] PARTS MANAGER [X] TECHNICIAN
ENGINE MECHANICAL
05-20-002
JULY, 2005
ALL MODELS
USE OF AFTERMARKET ENGINE OIL FILTERS
CAUSING ENGINE KNOCKING NOISE
DESCRIPTION:
Some vehicles may experience an engine knock noise with the use of an aftermarket oil
filter. Aftermarket oil filters may use different materials, construction and specifications
than genuine Hyundai oil filters, which may lead to pressure variations within the engine,
thus contributing to an engine knocking noise.
VEHICLES AFFECTED:
All Models
REPAIR PROCEDURE:
Perform an oil change on the vehicle and replace the aftermarket oil filter with a genuine
Hyundai oil filter.
WARRANTY INFORMATION:
Normal warranty procedures apply.
This is not a warranty repair.

[b]Just Info For All You Guys And Gals

Harley03joe
Translation: Use our filters. We want your money. If you use a reliable brand, like Wix, there is no problem. OEM filters are often no prize. Honda uses Fram with the cardboad end caps where everyone else uses steel. I have actually seen Honda Japan filters for sale as a better alternative. Mopar buys from different vendors. Car companies do not make their own filters. If you go discount brand, you can't expect much either.

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Update: just bot 6 oem filters on eBay for $45 incl ship. Had I known about this prob, I would never have used anything but oem. Maybe that explains why the local parts stores always had only 1 or 2 aftermarket filters In stock, nobody buys them.
Wix. 80000 miles no problems. Where do you think Hyundai gets their filters. They are nothing special. The Fram spin ons are jokingly called the "orange can of death". The normally steel end caps are cardboard in those filters. They are Honda US OEM. They use better filters in Japan. The engine only has to last until the warantee runs out but not too much longer. They want to sell you another car.

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