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After lengthy research and purchases for the right filter, the Neon replacement filter H1002 or Mobile MP102 was not the correct one. Though, it fits perfectly and considered to short to be functional at high speeds.

However, I did purchased the H-2001 and H2005 K&N Oil Filter and they seemed to work and same size replacement for the OEM oil filter.
 

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OK, so now I am starting to worry, I used the Mobil M-102. What do you mean by it doesnt work at low speeds because its too short? How many else of you used the same filter?
 

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OK, so now I am starting to worry, I used the Mobil M-102. What do you mean by it doesnt work at low speeds because its too short? How many else of you used the same filter?
He means you have to drive fast all the time. :)


Honestly I would not know. IM guessing the spring tention inside is diffrent or maybe its a restriction being that its smaller and does not allow as much oil in?
 

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I wish it meant I had to hammer it all the time! "...but honey, I haveto do it for the good of the car..." So the big ? is should I change the filter with a K&N?
But then again, just because the look the same as the original mopar, does not mean they are the same...

Steve
 

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everyone i talked to has the the 1002 k+n filter listed as the replacment for the srt4 ..
maybe the factory filter is bigger to filter better , because of break in..
ill go with what is recomended the 1002 .. why would all the car shops have the wrong info ??
 

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After lengthy research and purchases for the right filter, the Neon replacement filter H1002 or Mobile MP102 was not the coorect one. Though, it fits perfectly and considered to short to be functional at low speeds.

However, I did purchased the H-2001 and H2005 K&N Oil Filter and they seemed to work and same size replacement for the OEM oil filter.
where can you buy the k&n oil filter from??..does auto zone have it
 

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gary i bought my k+n oil filter at advanced auto parts ..
the # was hp 1002
and everyone i talked to including my dealer said, it was the right part #

so i dont know what to tell you .. i put it in my car and everything is a ok :D
 

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gary i bought my k+n oil filter at advanced auto parts ..
the # was hp 1002
and everyone i talked to including my dealer said, it was the right part #

so i dont know what to tell you .. i put it in my car and everything is a ok :D
Thanxs nick!! Yo when can we see the pics of our meet??..cant wait
 

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stevessrt said:
OK, so now I am starting to worry, I used the Mobil M-102. What do you mean by it doesnt work at low speeds because its too short? How many else of you used the same filter?
Sorry, with greasy fingers at the keyboard at home, I mean't high-speeds or high-torque loads. Yes...it will still deliver 550lbs of oil under extreme loads, but I did noticed some hestation at high-speed.
 

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BeanTownsSRT-4 said:
hemidakota said:
After lengthy research and purchases for the right filter, the Neon replacement filter H1002 or Mobile MP102 was not the coorect one. Though, it fits perfectly and considered to short to be functional at low speeds.

However, I did purchased the H-2001 and H2005 K&N Oil Filter and they seemed to work and same size replacement for the OEM oil filter.
where can you buy the k&n oil filter from??..does auto zone have it
Autozone sells the Mobil 1 brand. There is really no difference what I had seen on the inside (screening filter) but that the K&N has a rear nut to remove the filter with a standard 1-inch box wench.

Kragen sells them for 9.95 dollars each.

With the 2001 and 2005, the difference is the interior design flow. The 1002 and the 2001 are the same in design but the 2001 is longer in body length. With the 2005, it is the same design as the Champion Mopar filter with a clear center interior with High-flow capacity.

It is more a choice to the owner.
 

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After purchasing the K&N HP-1002, I jacked the car only to find out that the K&N HP-1002 was almost half smaller than the factory-installed one. I then drove back to Adv. Auto Parts and bought K&N HP-2009 and it fits perfectly. It's about the same size as the factory installed one.

Note to noobs like me who want to do their own oil-change: Use a funnel, wrench is size 13mm. Space around the oil filter and plug is kinda' tight. Be careful not to damage/hit the cooler and hoses under there.
 

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BeanTownsSRT-4 said:
thispainisours said:
gary i bought my k+n oil filter at advanced auto parts ..
the # was hp 1002
and everyone i talked to including my dealer said, it was the right part #

so i dont know what to tell you .. i put it in my car and everything is a ok :D
Thanxs nick!! Yo when can we see the pics of our meet??..cant wait
let me photoshop them so they arnt so big then i have them to you tonight
 

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I put in the Mobil M102, and I have no type of hesitation. Its likely just me being stupid, but how does a oil filter cause hesitation?

Steve
 
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