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Old 07-06-2011, 05:33 PM
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Which is the correct oil filter for the Ecoboost

My owners manual says use the FL-500 S, but an addendum to the manual says use FL 2055 due to its "significantly higher filtration efficiency and capacity". When I go to the dealer parts desk their computer says FL-2055 subs to Fl-500 S. Another separate piece of info from the dealer also stated use the FL-2055. I called Ford Customer relations and his info also stated use FL-500 S. My owners manual was printed in 2010 while the addendum is dated January 2011. I would not be worried except for the quote in the addendum stating the 2055 has "significantly higher filtration efficiency and capacity".
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FL500S is the correct filter. Apparently, Ford started to switch over to the 2055, but then discontinued it. I've read that the larger 2055 had some clearance issues.
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Old 07-07-2011, 11:28 AM
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Thanks Joe, I absolutely love this truck and want to make it last 10 years. It's my last big truck.
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I know what you mean about keeping her around for a while. I swapped a '97 for my current 2011!
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Is the correct Filter still the FL-500-s? Also, I've been using a Purolator PureOne filter. What the Purolator part number or where can I find it?
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