|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.9 x 3.9 x 4.8 inches|
|Item model number||W 719/45|
|Manufacturer Part Number||W71945|
|OEM Part Number||06H115403|
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Mann-Filter W 719/45 Spin-on Oil Filter
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- Available with a variety of filter media
- Efficient separation and high dirt holding capacity with minimal pressure drop
- Robust, corrosion-protected housing with high pulsation and pressure stability
- Bypass valves with clearly defined opening characteristics and leak-free closing
- Non-return valve with minimal pressure drop
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Mann-Filter Spin-on Oil Filters are used for the filtration of lube oils, hydraulic oils and coolants in a variety of applications.
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The stock filter is still 719/45 just with a VW or Audi emblem, and both are made in Germany. Mann are essentially stock filters sold to consumer instead of the dealer, hence the different package. This can be good because I change my oil at 5,000 miles, and when I go to the dealer for the 10,000 oil change, i can see they actually changed the filter since it has different markings(I found out Vista didn't change my brother's BMW 135i oil filter after I opened it up, we used a Mann during the half-time service).
Price is good, but not the best. My local Audi/VW shop sells for $10 + tax which is still less than the $13 Amazon but if it's a drive away it's cheaper to get it delivered to your house. Wal-Mart just started selling the FRAM equivalents for the VW/Audi but they are $20-30 and still not in stock at all stores plus these are made in Mexico, not to bash on Mexicans.
This filter has served me very well. I will continue to use them as long as I have high-performance engines that demand the best.
Combine this with a five qt jug of full synthetic oil (Castrol or Valvoline)and a metal washer for the drain plug and you can do your own oil change.
Kidding aside I think Mann makes a good-quality filter and this one fits and works well.
Highly recommend! Save a few dollars, get it shipped fast using Prime, and not worry about making a trip to your stealership, I mean dealership.
Mann is a quality parts manufacturer & an OEM to the cars mannies.
I have yet to have one of their filters be a problem in all my years of DIY oil changes.
Cost $2-3 less than dealer & saves me time & taxes.
All in All have used 2 of these so far and running like a champ.
Build quality could be better I guess if you want your filter to be overly expensive. But I like the quality of this product definitely works well and is OEM fit for 2.0TSI engines . Mine being a CCTA code .