From: paul.groves@gmail.com on
Gonna change my own oil, mid service interval period. Been looking
online for the correct filter for my Focus.

Is the filter I need an EFL913?

Thanks.

From: reg on

<paul.groves(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Gonna change my own oil, mid service interval period. Been looking
> online for the correct filter for my Focus.
>
> Is the filter I need an EFL913?
>
> Thanks.

have you tried your local ford dealer ?


From: Alan on
Buy a genuine one from your local Ford dealer and keep the receipt. I
would also buy their oil.

Your car is still in warranty and you do not want to use non-gen parts
or you risk invalidating the warranty.

They should be a reasonable price anyway.

Alan

From: Guy King on
The message <1164971843.301543.134790(a)l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com>
from "Alan" <alan.steele(a)steeles.co.uk> contains these words:

> Your car is still in warranty and you do not want to use non-gen parts
> or you risk invalidating the warranty.

Provided they meet suitable standards (particularly in the case of the
oil), Ford wouldn't be allowed to invalidate the warranty.

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From: reg on

"Guy King" <guy.king(a)zetnet.co.uk> wrote in message
news:313030303432373945704CDC23(a)zetnet.co.uk...
> The message <1164971843.301543.134790(a)l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com>
> from "Alan" <alan.steele(a)steeles.co.uk> contains these words:
>
>> Your car is still in warranty and you do not want to use non-gen parts
>> or you risk invalidating the warranty.
>
> Provided they meet suitable standards (particularly in the case of the
> oil), Ford wouldn't be allowed to invalidate the warranty.
>

exactly, contary to belief you can have your car serviced still in warranty
using suitable parts not necessarily genuine parts & using an independent
garage & not invalidate the warranty, we have done & do do this to vehicles
that carry a dealers warranty.