Model # of Mopar/Wix needed

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I have a 2007 Dodge Grand Caravan, (3.3L engine) I see Walmart has MOPAR filters, but am unsure of the number I need. I believe the box shows 00-5890 or something. Does anyone know what filter I would need for the Mopar and I believe the Wix is 51348. I was just deciding if I should go with the Mopar or go with Wix. Isn't the Mopar a redo of Purolator?
 
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Part Number: 51085 UPC Number: 765809510852 Principal Application: Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep Vehicles (91-08), Mitsubishi Eclipse (95-99); Caterpillar 3 Series Excavators, 9 Series Loaders, Kubota All Applications Style: Spin-On Lube Filter Service: Lube Type: Full Flow Media: Paper Height: 3.790 Outer Diameter Top: 3.660 Outer Diameter Bottom: Closed Thread Size: 3/4-16 By-Pass Valve Setting-PSI: 8-11 Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes Beta Ratio: 2/20=15/28 Burst Pressure-PSI: 290 Max Flow Rate: 7-9 GPM Nominal Micron Rating: 21 Gasket Diameters Number O.D. I.D. Thk. Attached 2.834 2.462 0.200 Part Number: 51348 UPC Number: 765809513488 Principal Application: Various Chrysler/Jeep (82-09), Various GM, Saturn (85-07), Lexus (90-09), Saab (67-09), Suzuki (86-02), Toyota (88-09), Ford (03-09), Mazda, Mercury (05-09), Yugo (86-89), Harley-Davidson, Various Lawn&Garden, Farm Equip. All Applications Style: Spin-On Lube Filter Service: Lube Type: Full Flow Media: Paper Height: 3.404 Outer Diameter Top: 2.921 Outer Diameter Bottom: Closed Thread Size: 3/4-16 By-Pass Valve Setting-PSI: 8-11 Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes Beta Ratio: 2/20=21/37 Burst Pressure-PSI: 275 Max Flow Rate: 7-9 GPM Nominal Micron Rating: 21 Gasket Diameters Number O.D. I.D. Thk. Attached 2.734 2.430 0.226 I've only seen one offering at WM in the MOPAR label. It fits just about everything that Dodge/jeep/Chrysler has in the 3/4-16 thread.
 

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Thanks Gary, I saw some of that too, but I'm not that great on filters. I do see both list compatible, however when I do the search it shows the one only. I know you know your stuff, so between these two WIX filters, which is the better choice? Any ideas? The one is quite a bit larger for out diameter, etc.
 
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 Originally Posted By: robl
I have a 2007 Dodge Grand Caravan, (3.3L engine) I see Walmart has MOPAR filters, but am unsure of the number I need. I believe the box shows 00-5890 or something. Does anyone know what filter I would need for the Mopar and I believe the Wix is 51348. I was just deciding if I should go with the Mopar or go with Wix. Isn't the Mopar a redo of Purolator?
I don't have an aftermarket MOPAR catalog to give you the # you would find on the boxes at Wal-Mart( sorry ). The OE# from MOPAR/Dodge however, for a 2007 GC w/ 3.3L from the 07 Application guide is 05281090. You could open the boxes and see if this number is on any of the filters at Wal-Mart? This fiilter crosses over to a Wix 51085. By application Wix lists a 51348. Overall the filter spec's on the 2 Wix filters are the same except for a slight difference in size and base gasket diameter as Gary posted above for you. I believe either would work.
 
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The Mopar Filters WalMart has, is the filter for your vehicle. The part number on the box is M0-090.
 
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