6.4 Oil Filter Part Number

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lgjhn

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2023 2500 Ram: PUP and the standard WIX 57060 every 5K miles for mine.
The XP57060 version is also good, but some say that it's designed more for longer drain intervals.
FWIW, there's an oil/filter discussion thread for this exact engine on HDRAMS.com if you're interested.
 

Udy2554

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Amsoil EA017
Amsoil Signature Series 0W40

This is what I run.
I don’t think the Amsoil EA017 is available through Amsoil anymore!?!?

They list the WIX 57060-EA as the filter they supply for an oil change “kit”!
 

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I use pup and a k&n filter on mine.
Get yourself a flexible funnel to shape and put between the filter and the crossmember, the little catch pan that ram puts on the x member isn’t big enough and the oil will over flow and get into the x member and drip for days. Ask me how I know
 

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I don’t think the Amsoil EA017 is available through Amsoil anymore!?!?

They list the WIX 57060-EA as the filter they supply for an oil change “kit”!
It is...just don't order the kit. Plug in 7qts of SS 0W40 and then the EA017 filter.
 

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Pennzoil Ultra Platinum Full Synthetic 0W-40 Motor Oil (1 Quart, Case of 6) https://a.co/d/haGyWtD

Mopar 04892339AB Oil filter https://a.co/d/gGb7hXt

amazon incorrectly states the filter does not fit.
**All BEST be running Mopar if still under warranty!**...My thought is " it's good for breaking in, it's good for life to use"-.......Mopar bets their $$$ on it for warranty.
 

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Click on Amsoil Filters and then it will say size in a drop down menu and it will be there. Then click on it.
 

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Here's what I am running in my 2024 Ram 3500 6.4l.

Royal Purple #20-500, as others have stated; Its the same thread M22-1.50 and gasket, but the canister is a little longer at 4½". To me this makes it a little easier to access. For oil, I'm using Mobil1 European Car formula Mobil1 FS 0W-40. This oil is compliant with the API 'SP' spec, although all the info and pictures online don't say this. The 'SP' spec is new, and seems to be concerned with extra wear-protection on certain components (time chain, etc). It looks to me like this takes the form of high phosphorus (1,000 ppm) and zinc (1,100 ppm) additive levels, about 50% higher than what is in standard synthetic oils, but still less than what you'd expect in a racing-type oil. Plus some Moly, Boron, and Magnesium

From the spec:
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Product Description
Mobil 1™ FS 0W-40 European Car Formula is an advanced full synthetic motor oil engineered for the latest gasoline and diesel (without Diesel Particulate Filters or DPFs) engine technology delivering excellent all-round performance. It provides exceptional cleaning power, wear protection and overall performance. Mobil 1 FS 0W-40 keeps your engine running like new and protects for 10,000 miles*
Mobil 1™ FS 0W-40 is recommended by ExxonMobil for all types of vehicles, including high-performance turbo-charged, supercharged gasoline and certain diesel multi-valve fuel injected engines found in passenger cars, SUVs, light vans and trucks.

Meets or Exceeds:
AAE (STO 003) Group B7
API SJ
API SL
API SM
API SN
API SN PLUS
API SP
ACEA A3/B4
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Note that this appears to be a new formulation for the 0W-40 European Car Formula . You can compare both the older one (higher Calcium content, API SN classification) and revised formula specs here at this very handy spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet...fNRMFs8p7BY3L3iesQg/edit?pli=1#gid=2045175551. Go to the '40 Grade' tab.
 
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