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I joke about being the crazy oil filter guy, but I do a lot of off the wall research in regards to oil filters and oil because they are the life blood of our engines and without proper filtration and proper oil care, what good is our engine? Well after some research and checking into filtration, I have finally compiled a list of compatible filters for the 2.0/2.4 NA engines. Yes there are that many filters that will work for our engines. Some offer higher capacity (big), some offer low cost (low cost), you get the idea. I have linked the products to their respective websites (or Amazon) to gain more information on the filter themselves... I'll just leave this here for anyone that is interested, enjoy.

The 2.0/2.4 NA Dart Oil Filter List (as of 07/20/2015)
AMSOIL - EA15K50, EAO17-EA (Big-Extra Capacity)
Bosch - D3334 Distance Plus; 3334 Premium; 72234WS Work-Shop, Bosch 3502 Premium Oil Filter (Big-Extra Capacity)
Fram - PH10060 Extra Guard, TG10060 Tough Guard, XG10060 Ultra Guard (small), PH10590 (Big-Extra Capacity), PH10575 (Big-Extra Capacity) TG10575 (Big-Extra Capacity Synthetic), XG10575 (Big-Extra Capacity Premium)
K&N - HP-1017 (white) / PS-1017 (Black), HP-2011 (White/Big-Extra Capacity), PS-2011 (Black/Big-Extra Capacity)
Mobil1 - M1-113 (small), M1-212 (High Efficiency/Big-Extra Capacity)
Mopar - 5047769AA (OEM), 5184231AA (Big-Extra Capacity / OEM)
NAPA - SFL 37060 (Silver), FIL 7060 (gold), PFL 47060 (platinum), FIL 7045 (Gold/Big-Extra Capacity), FIL 7502 (Gold/Big-Extra Capacity), FIL 47502 (Platinum/Big-Extra Capacity), FIL 47045 (Platinum/Big-Extra Capacity)
Purolator - PureONE PL12222 (small); PSL12222 (the syn pureOne); Purolator L12222 (low cost), PL22500 (Big-Extra Capacity), PSL22500 (Big-Extra Capacity Blue Syn), PBL12222 (Purolator BOSS)
Royal Purple - 10-48, 20-500 (Big-Extra Capacity)
WIX - 57060 (NAPA Gold), 57060xp (NAPA Plat), 57045 (NAPA Gold/Big-Extra Capacity), 57502XP (NAPA Platinum/Big-Extra Capacity), 57502 (NAPA Gold/Big-Extra Capacity), 57045XP (NAPA Gold/Big-Extra Capacity)

Some of these filters will say they are not compatible with the 2.0/2.4 Dodge Dart engine, but they are compatible. I've done my due diligence and pretty much researched the hell out of them. I am sure this list will grow in time, but for the time-being, here it is. I hope this helps and if you have any questions about the filters above, please don't hesitate to ask, I'm more than willing to help out when I can. If anyone has any other filters I missed let me know or feel free to comment below, I figured this would be more than beneficial to the community as a whole :)

EDIT: Yes, I know there are more out and about out there, but these are the big ones we always see out on the market or when we go out and shop for oil filters...
EDIT x2: Yes, I moved this to the maintenance section from my build thread to help out others that want to try different filters :)
EDIT x3: Updated the list to show the bigger/longer filters and removed filters that were too big in diameter, as discussed below.
 

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I have removed the Motorcraft FL-820s, when I went to Advance Auto yesterday after work I checked out the filter itself... the threading was correct, but the diameter was too big to fit into the oil filter cavity of the 2.0/2.4 as seen here:

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With that being said and keeping the diameter of the cavity in mind here are the proper "hardware specs" of a filter for the 2.0/2.4's:

Thread: M22x1.5
Height: N/A (you can go with a taller filter there is plenty of room there in the cavity)
Diameter: 2.95"-2.97" (basing this off of PL12222 & PFL 47060)

I will do some more research an update the list accordingly with my findings... What I am seeing is a 3" diameter filter will fit in the cavity. It might be snug, but it will fit.

EDIT: here are the specs of the incorrect Motorcraft FL-820s if you were wondering:
Thread: M22x1.5
Height: 3.72" (doesn't factor into issues)
Diameter: 3.78" (over .83" too big)
 

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The advantage of these screw-on canister filters is that you can get bigger (at least taller, in this case) ones than OEM to improve filtration. That's just not an option for us 1.4T owners who have to use cartridge filters, which are also harder to find. They're not easier to replace, either, though I do find them less messy to remove.
 

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The advantage of these screw-on canister filters is that you can get bigger (at least taller, in this case) ones than OEM to improve filtration.
Exactly!

Bigger filter = more surface area = less pressure drop and time in bypass.

Bigger filter = more oil capacity = longer OCIs.

Bigger filter = more filter media = more capacity to hold contaminants.

@jsblanch, yeah it sucks with your oil filter issues with the 1.4t :( , I know in talking with my buddy with his 1.4t he drives past a CDJR dealership every week and if they are on sale he will buy them out just to stock up on them since they are hard to find... then there is me with my growing pyramid of oil filters.

Edit: Here is a great post on Bob Is The Oil Guy on detailing the "bigger is better" when it comes oil filters...
 

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Bigger is Better

In regards to the whole bigger is better... here is the largest capacity filter I was able to find to fit on the 2.0/2.4 platform:

Wix 57045 / NAPA Gold FIL 7045
Thread: M22x1.5
Diameter: 2.939"
Height: 4.828"
Displacement: 32.75 in/sq'd

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Specs compared to others out on the market:

PureOne PL12222 (yellow) / PureOne PSL12222 (blue)
Height: 3.34" (1.488" shorter)
Displacement: 22.83 in/sq'd (9.92 in/sq'd less capacity)

NAPA PFL 47060 (Platinum) / Wix 57060XP
Height: 3.43" (1.398" shorter)
Displacement: 23.76 in/sq'd (8.99 in/sq'd less capacity)

Yes, I have one on order and will be picking one up from NAPA on my way home :)

EDIT: via, oilfilter-crossreference here are the compatible filters to the Wix 57045 / NAPA Gold FIL 7045...

Autolite for Oil Filters: AL10575
Baldwin: B7444
CARQUEST: 84045
CHRYSLER: 5184231AA
Flying F: PH10575AZ
Fram: PH10590
HASTINGS: LF637
MICROGARD: MGL10575
MILEGUARD: MO10060
MOPAR: MO-231
NAPA: 7045
PUROLATOR: L22500
STP: S10590
Wix: 57045

Also, here are the detail'd specs on the Wix 57045 / NAPA Gold FIL 7045 filters:

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EDIT x2: if you want to stay with the PureONE brand here are your options as well...
PureOne PL22500 & PureOne PSL22500
Thread: M22x1.5
Height: 4.08" (.748" shorter than Wix 57045 / NAPA Gold FIL 7045)
Diameter: 2.98"
Displacement: 28.46 in/sq'd (4.29 in/sq'd less capacity than Wix 57045 / NAPA Gold FIL 7045)

Respective Specs:
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Exactly!

Bigger filter = more surface area = less pressure drop and time in bypass.

Bigger filter = more oil capacity = longer OCIs.

Bigger filter = more filter media = more capacity to hold contaminants.

@jsblanch, yeah it sucks with your oil filter issues with the 1.4t :( , I know in talking with my buddy with his 1.4t he drives past a CDJR dealership every week and if they are on sale he will buy them out just to stock up on them since they are hard to find... then there is me with my growing pyramid of oil filters.
My neighbor uses screw-on oil filters for his F250 SuperDuty's transmission fluid. I think he said it takes something like 5 gallons of fluid, and his modified and tuned 7.3L turbodiesel makes absurd amounts of power (the box for his air filter is larger than a Dart's engine, and he has dual 5-inch straight pipe exhaust, which is... not quiet) so he wants to make it last. I'm sure he'd appreciate your cooling project. :)
 

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Updated the OP with 2 more compatible filters for the 2.0/2.4 Darts:

  • 57502XP (NAPA Platinum/Big-Extra Capacity)
  • 57502 (NAPA Gold/Big-Extra Capacity)
These were found after cross referencing the Purolator PureONE's PL22500/PSL22500 on Wix website. Here are the details on the filters:

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Thread: M22x1.5
Diameter: 2.942"
Height: 4.09"
Displacement: 27.80 in/sq'd

XP's have the Platinum filtration:
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Whereas the regular Wix have the Gold filtration:
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probably the best filter out on the market, just hit the market... NAPA Platinum 47045

NAPA PFL 47045
Attributes:
Filter O.D. (Inches) : 2.939"
Filter O.D. (mm) : 75 mm
Height (Inches) : 4.828"
Height (mm) : 123 mm
Style : Spin-On Lube Filter
Thread Size (mm) : 22x1.5 mm
Gasket I.D. (Inches) : 2.46"
Gasket I.D. (mm) : 62 mm
Gasket O.D. (Inches) : 2.74"
Gasket O.D. (mm) : 70 mm
Gasket Thickness (Inches) : .24"
Gasket Thickness (mm) : 6 mm
Media Type : Wire Backed Synthetic

This is the Platinum version of the NAPA Gold FIL 7045 filter. Reason that this would be the "best" filter is the Extra-Capacity of the filter coupled with the fact it has the platinum filtration with the wire backed media with added pleats. I'm hoping to get my hands on one as soon as they become available at my local NAPA, as I am not paying $7.50 s/h for an oil filter...
 

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Just an FYI for fellow Canadians, about availability in Canada, of NAPA filters specifically:
I just read through this (and through the @youngsmith53 Aya build thread, specifically the posts concerning oil filters) and decided on a NAPA filter.
The only Platinum/High capacity one I was able to get is the FIL 47502. It cost me $19 and it had to be shipped from Winnipeg. I'll be getting this later this week and doing an oil change Monday.
 

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You know I drive through the US.... ;P
 

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You know I drive through the US.... ;P
That is true! But not everyone else knows you drive through the US! lol
 

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Another follow up to this regarding filter availability in Canada. When I was in this week getting my oil change, I asked them about the high capacity Mopar oil filter. According to the dealership, Mopar doesn't make this: OIL FILTER | Genuine Mopar | 5184231AA
According to the people I was talking to at the service desk, Mopar only makes the regular oil filter and they had never heard of a high capacity one.

Now, I'm wondering is that because this specifically doesn't state the 5184231aa filter fits the Dart? Or just because they were being dumb and didn't care to look into it? Or because we can't get it in Canada (the link above would seem to disprove that)?

Either way. I know it is listed as compatible to another filter via the cross-reference (see post here: http://www.dodge-dart.org/forum/dodge-dart-maintenance/24728-2-0-2-4-na-dart-oil-filter-list.html#post382024 ) but if anyone has bought a 5184231aa and can confirm that this bad boy works that would be great!
(Hell, even if someone is getting an oil change soon and wants a free filter, I can have it shipped to you to confirm it fits)
 

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Another follow up to this regarding filter availability in Canada. When I was in this week getting my oil change, I asked them about the high capacity Mopar oil filter. According to the dealership, Mopar doesn't make this: OIL FILTER | Genuine Mopar | 5184231AA
According to the people I was talking to at the service desk, Mopar only makes the regular oil filter and they had never heard of a high capacity one.

Now, I'm wondering is that because this specifically doesn't state the 5184231aa filter fits the Dart? Or just because they were being dumb and didn't care to look into it? Or because we can't get it in Canada (the link above would seem to disprove that)?

Either way. I know it is listed as compatible to another filter via the cross-reference (see post here: http://www.dodge-dart.org/forum/dodge-dart-maintenance/24728-2-0-2-4-na-dart-oil-filter-list.html#post382024 ) but if anyone has bought a 5184231aa and can confirm that this bad boy works that would be great!
(Hell, even if someone is getting an oil change soon and wants a free filter, I can have it shipped to you to confirm it fits)
5184231AA specs are the following:

thread - 22 X 1.5 MM
Diameter [mm]: 76 (2.99 inches)
Height [mm]: 104 (4.09 inches)

With the 5184231AA being a 22 X 1.5 MM thread they automatically fit the Dart.
 

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With the 5184231AA being a 22 X 1.5 MM thread they automatically fit the Dart.
Thanks for deciphering that for me/us.
(That will teach me for next time to have the damn part number with me when asking for a part)
 

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Another follow up to this regarding filter availability in Canada. When I was in this week getting my oil change, I asked them about the high capacity Mopar oil filter. According to the dealership, Mopar doesn't make this: OIL FILTER | Genuine Mopar | 5184231AA
According to the people I was talking to at the service desk, Mopar only makes the regular oil filter and they had never heard of a high capacity one.

Now, I'm wondering is that because this specifically doesn't state the 5184231aa filter fits the Dart? Or just because they were being dumb and didn't care to look into it? Or because we can't get it in Canada (the link above would seem to disprove that)?



Either way. I know it is listed as compatible to another filter via the cross-reference (see post here: http://www.dodge-dart.org/forum/dodge-dart-maintenance/24728-2-0-2-4-na-dart-oil-filter-list.html#post382024 ) but if anyone has bought a 5184231aa and can confirm that this bad boy works that would be great!
(Hell, even if someone is getting an oil change soon and wants a free filter, I can have it shipped to you to confirm it fits)
Shaeffer,
Thanks for posting this info. Not sure what kinda monkey poo your stealership was smokin' but that's a very common filter found on some Dodge, Jeep, and Mitsubishi vehicles '09 onward with the 3.7L engine. IMO... stick with the Napa/Wix filters and do your own service work. It's a snap to do on the Dart with the 2.0/2.4L engine after doing so once, then you're all set for future changes. Also word of note to consider on OEM filters, double check the bypass psi rating. I was told for us folks living in the chillier climes that a filter with a lower psi rating was more beneficial on cold starts.
Cheers,
NLD :)
 

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Not sure what kinda monkey poo your stealership was smokin'
Me either!!

Just in case anyone misses it, as per post above:
5184231AA specs are the following:

thread - 22 X 1.5 MM
Diameter [mm]: 76 (2.99 inches)
Height [mm]: 104 (4.09 inches)

With the 5184231AA being a 22 X 1.5 MM thread they automatically fit the Dart.
 

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Just an FYI for fellow Canadians, about availability in Canada, of NAPA filters specifically:
I just read through this (and through the @youngsmith53 Aya build thread, specifically the posts concerning oil filters) and decided on a NAPA filter.
The only Platinum/High capacity one I was able to get is the FIL 47502. It cost me $19 and it had to be shipped from Winnipeg. I'll be getting this later this week and doing an oil change Monday.
Shaeffer,
Do you have any Auto Value parts stores near your location? They should stock the the WIX 57502XP at around $16.24 each. Might be better than spending your $20 at Napa?
 
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