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You can go into any autoparts store and look up your year and make of vehicle in the book where the oil filter section is and find what filter # you need under what brand of filter. Make sure you look to see what enging size you have in your car. I've only had the Versa for 6 months and have been going to the dealership for oil changes only because i bought an extended warranty and don't want any questions if i need to file a claim but tomorrow i will be chaning my own oil from now on and i'm going synthetic. I can change my own oil with synthetic and still be cheaper than what the dealership charges for dino oil.
 

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Changed the oil today. Went to Wally world and got 5 quarts of Castrol 5w-30 full synthetic oil and a fram filter. Went with the #7317 because it is longer and has more media filter. I've been changing my own oil for years on all the vehicles i've owned. It was nice to see the Versa was pretty simple to change the oil and filter. I've had some cars in the past that were not the easiest to change the filter.
 
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