Working components within the valvetrain need constant cooling so as to guarantee their functionality. Your cooling fluid courses past the sliding piston, camshaft, rotating bearings, and rocker arm of your system, so it has to be cleaned by going through your vehicle's Buick Century oil filter. Your oil filter is located inside the sump to easily sift the oil when your engine is started and right before this cooling oil is circulated by your pump.

Car oil filters like the Buick Century oil filter are commonly manufactured from oil bath or pleated paper material. If you are equipped with a paper filter, it needs to be serviced regularly or you may upgrade. Oil bath filters, conversely, has better life span; although, these filters are more expensive. You can choose from numerous design for this filter: mechanical, cartridge or spin-on, magnetic, sedimentation, centrifugal, and high efficiency. The life span of a filter differs according to the material and construction this filter is made of.

As for the Buick Century oil filter, its service life works for at least a year. It has to be replaced yearly or as stated in your owner's guide. When service time comes, Hastings, Beck Arnley, and Fram are options we made available for you at Parts Train! Call us now via our site's toll free number, which is available 24/7.