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flymore

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    2018 Edge Titanium

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  1. flymore

    What Brand oil filter?

    Thanks Gadgetjq, I'll check out the link. My Chevy Impala 3.6L took the ACDelco PF63 that I replaced with venerable Bosh premium 3502 and that's what's on my Ford 3.5L now. Both engines use the same filters, had some left over from the 3.6L. If you had the PF63 set next to the 3502 then looked at them with a flashlight you'd see the Bosh 3502 looks much better and the reviews are good. So I like Bosh and may stick with them. One thing I miss about the 3.6L was the factory installed magnetic oil drain plug. Looked just like a regular drain plug with a powerful magnet embedded in the center. You can find them for the 3.5L but they're oversized! I would consider changing the drain plug on my 3.5L to a magnetic one. Haven't found one yet. Wonder if they're the same size too?
  2. flymore

    What Brand oil filter?

    Not sure it's good for 6 months. Guess I could change it monthly. Yea that's an idea.
  3. flymore

    What Brand oil filter?

    I'm still looking. Motorcraft has the advantage of the lowest price filter with a silicone anti-drainback valve. However the filter paper leaves gaps and not sure if it provides protection for the year I generally go between oil changes. It's probable perfectly fine. Since generally this is a once a year thing (for me) the difference between spending $4 or $8 is not that much of a concern. Considering how important oil is I'd thought this topic would be of more interest. Maybe switching to Wix extreme duty. Although Denso is a consideration, which i think makes Toyota oil filters. They boast Dual-layer filtration media and a silicone anti-drainback valve for about the same price as Motorcraft.
  4. flymore

    What Brand oil filter?

    Well there is a difference. Here's one example of filters opened up.
  5. flymore

    What Brand oil filter?

    What oil filters are you using? Mact did a great job of oil testing, but not oil filters. (unless I missed it). Would really like to see Mact do a write up on this. Currently I'm using Bosh premium because there was a good review of them and used them on my Impala for years, but am considering one for synthetic oil maybe Wix. Wix cost just a little more than Bosh but it's made for synthetic oil. ACDelco has a good rebate right now, so maybe I'll go GM? 😀 Thanks.
  6. When in for a quick tire rotation on my new to me 2018 AWD 3.5L with 33000 miles on it. While waiting asked the service manager if I should get the antifreeze changed. Nope, you're good till 100k miles. I said it has the internal water pump. He said, yea it's ok till 100k miles.
  7. flymore

    Strange gas gauge event

    Wow interesting! Thanks
  8. flymore

    Strange gas gauge event

    Not sure where to post this and it could be/hope it's just a fluke. Filled up my 2018 Edge the other day like I always do, put in the gas filler till it clicked off. After driving off, noticed the gauge read 3/4. Oh well I thought I'll just fill it up next time. Must have clicked off early. Ran some errands wasn't paying attention to the gauge. Got home Wife and I went out started it for another short trip and gauge read full. It's been going down normally since. Hope the float didn't get stuck. Anybody else had anything like this? Thanks
  9. Just had my 2018 3.5L in for a tire rotation. It has 33k miles on it and while I was waiting asked the service manager if they recommend the coolant change considering it has an internal water pump. He said no you're good till 100k miles. Same guy who said no to needing the PTU fluid changed.
  10. flymore

    Looking for jack lift points

    Ok, thanks that's great I have the lift points and the hockey puck for the jack, How do I lift the vehicle at the lift points then replace the jack with jack stands? The list points don't seem wide enough to allow for both the jack and jack stand. Thanks
  11. flymore

    Looking for jack lift points

    Thanks, I'll try that. What about the rear wheel?
  12. flymore

    Looking for jack lift points

    Ok found the arrows. Took a bit of scrubbing! New problem - I took a piece of 4x4 and cut an indentation in it. But when i jacked up the car using the 4x4 it split the 4x4. Any suggestions on what to use? thanks.
  13. Gearing up for my first tire rotation on my new to me 2018 Edge AWD Titanium. The owners manual indicates there are "arrows" that show the lift points, "9. The vehicle jacking points are depicted by arrows on the underside of the vehicle at the locations shown above." I'm not finding the arrows that indicate the lift points. The second question is the rotation pattern. The manual clearly states that for FWD and AWD vehicle use this pattern. There is another post that states for AWD vehicles you must use an X pattern where LR to RF and RR to LF. RF to LR and RR to LF. "On four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles, the recommended rotation pattern is a “Double X” so the right front and left rear tires switch positions as do the left front and right rear." https://www.tireindustry.org/tire-maintenance/tire-rotation Thanks for any help.
  14. flymore

    Will Tire rotation need TPMS reset?

    Ok, thanks
  15. flymore

    Will Tire rotation need TPMS reset?

    That's great. Thanks
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