First off I do not recommend Fram Filters. They are no where near the best filter you can buy. Purolator, Wix, Bosch, and others make superior filters for the same price. Saying that, there is no Fram filter with the model number PH3317. There is however a Fram P3317 which is an oil filter used on International Harvester tractors and many other types of construction equipment including stump grinders, concrete saws, pumps, and other types of equipment. This filter is not used on any cars.
Other than length they appear to be the same.
on my opinion the filter most to stay in to blower unit
My German Ford Cologne engine (2.8l V-6) uses it in a British TVR. It's likely the mid-eighties Bronco II also uses it (same block)
Step one: locate the air filter cover using your owner's manual. Step two: open the cover and remove the air filter. It should not require much, if any, force. Note: Never start or run the vehicle while the air filter is removed. Step three: place the new air filter in the same position in the same way as the old air filter came out. Make sure it is not all bent up (applies to paper filters only) and makes a seal. Step four: re-attach the air filter cover and you're done. Any extra information specific to your rav4 should be in the owner's manual. Make sure you check it first.
The fram 3387A is the same as the PF 47.
Try contacting Fram. I am looking for the same. Cheers!
The L30001 does cross reference to a Fram PH8A That is not saying the filter quality is identical, just that they are interchangeable.
Fram oil filter PH 4967 is the equivalent of Kawasaki filter 49065-7010. The Fram filter will usually be cheaper with about the same performance. There are usually books of such cross-references located at the stores that sell the oil filters.
Microgard filters are made by fram and they go by the same number. Examle, Fram 7317 would be a Microgard 7317.
Fram Filter Number for an 89 Wrangler with a 6 Cylinder Engine is 3985 any Fram Filter with 3985 after the 2 Letters will fit I Believe the 4 Cylinder uses the same filter But if it is a 4 Cyl Then Double check The fram Filter Guide At your local Auto Part store
The part number for either Fram or Purolator is the same, PH8170. Fram at Autozone is $9.99. Purolator at AdvanceAuto is $17.00.
I'm told a Fram PH8A is compatible... they are the same physical shape and size, but I havn't personally tried it on my Kubota yet.
No, they are made by different manufactures. I recommend using an oil filter other than Fram or a filter made by Fram. Fram oil filters are not made of high quality materials and they have known issues that may cause the filter to fail causing possible damage to the engine. Champion, Wix, Purolator, AC/Delco, Motorcraft, & Bosch are all excellent filters.