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Old 11-18-2009, 05:22 PM
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Went to get an oil filter for V8 Genesis for my second oil change. The part number and pieces are different from the first time I did this.
Part number 26320-3C30A
Filter Mahle: 26330-3C300

The parts clerk said the filter part number has changed, can anyone confirm this?
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Old 11-18-2009, 07:28 PM
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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

OK, checked the filter I carry with me.

1. The box says 26320-3F100 (probably updated with your part number)
2. The filter says 26330-3C300 (printed in very light yellow, also Mahle)

Reason I carry a filter with me is just in case I have to get the oil changed somewhere not a Hyundai Dealer (or even a very low volume dealer) I have the correct filter with me.

In addition, the box (26320-3F100) says "Made in Korea".
The filter itself ((26330-3C300) says "Made in Austria" (very hard to read yellow print on white filter)
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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

Not that it matters, but V6 and V8 use same filter.
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Old 11-18-2009, 08:00 PM
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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

I called another dealer. He confirmed the part number for the
2009 Genesis Sedan V8: 26320-3F100
I told him that another dealer gave me Part number 26320-3C30A. He said it's the same thing, just different part number for different years. The part number on the paper filter element is in fact Mahle: 26330-3C300.
The confusion was also with all these gaskets. Originally the V8 I changed about 6 months ago had 2 gaskets. 1 for the oil filter housing and another for the oil filter housing drain plug. There seems to be 2 extra gaskets, and I get the sneaking suspicion that they are using the same filter for both v8 and v6. I was told the metal gasket is for the oil pan drain plug, but if you remove the plug on the V8, there is no gasket.
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Old 11-18-2009, 09:28 PM
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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

I'm looking at the invoice for the filters I ordered for my 2009 3.8 and it is different.

26320-3C250 Service kit.

I found this on the web:

26320-3C100 (cartridge)
Azera 2006 and up 3.3L/3.8L engines
Entourage 2007-2009 built before 8/7/08
Sonata 2006 and up 3.3L engine only
Santa Fe 2007 and up 3.3L engine only
Veracruz 2007 built before 5/28/07

26320-3C250 (cartridge)
Entourage 2008 and up built after 8/7/08
Genesis 2009 and up 3.8L engine only
Veracruz 2007 and up built after 5/28/07

26320-3C700 (cartridge)
Genesis Coupe 2010 and up 3.8L engine

26320-3F100 (cartridge)
Genesis 2009 and up 4.6L engine only

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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

Found this on the www.hmaservice.com

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The engine oil filter has been superseded from part number 26300-35500 to part number 26300-35501. This oil filter is currently used on all Hyundai models.

The change is cosmetic, to include the words Kia Motors, the Kia logo and the new part number. Form, fit and function have not been affected.

To insure proper filtration of the lubrication system, only Hyundai Genuine Parts should be installed by a Hyundai approved facility. Damage resulting from parts other than Hyundai Genuine Parts may not be covered under warranty.
Looks to be the only change is that they put KIA Motors and its logo on the filter.
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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

Where do you guys buy your oil filters? Do you buy them to bring with you to shops that might not carry the correct size? Or are you all changing your own oil?
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Old 11-21-2009, 11:49 AM
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Where do you guys buy your oil filters? Do you buy them to bring with you to shops that might not carry the correct size? Or are you all changing your own oil?
I change it myself in the garage. Cheaper and I know it is being done correctly. The biggest error would be to overfill, second is probably improper weight. To fully drain the oil, it takes nearly an hour, and most places wont let the car sit on a lift for that long.
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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

I also change my own oil and I bought several filters from a dealership online. I think they were 5 or 6 dollars each. I keep myself stocked up so I don't have to go out and buy this stuff when I need it. They other reason is to make sure it is done right. It really is easy to do, you just have to have the right tools.

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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

Changed my oil yesterday. Second change - 7400 miles. First one was a dealer comp. Took about 30 minutes. I let the oil drain for about 25 minutes. 27MM socket/ratchet, 10mm socket/2" socket extension/ratchet, phillips screwdriver and a size 6 hex/allen wrench are all that is required as far as tools. I used the 'signature series' Amsoil and a standard Hyundai MANN oil filter. DO NOT TRY using a adjustable on the 27mm oil filter cover-odds are you'll strip the plastic as it is on there nice and tight. I used a 1" socket with 18" ratchet and still had to apply a little pressure. I have a lift in my garage and so access to everything is easy. Getting the shroud off may take some time if you are on a creeper but still easy to do.
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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

This is the one they sold me for the Borrego..
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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

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Looks to be the only change is that they put KIA Motors and its logo on the filter.
This refers to the older "spin-on" type filters that several of Hyundai's other models use...does not apply to any vehicle using cartridge filters.
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I called another dealer. He confirmed the part number for the
2009 Genesis Sedan V8: 26320-3F100
I told him that another dealer gave me Part number 26320-3C30A. He said it's the same thing, just different part number for different years. The part number on the paper filter element is in fact Mahle: 26330-3C300.
The confusion was also with all these gaskets. Originally the V8 I changed about 6 months ago had 2 gaskets. 1 for the oil filter housing and another for the oil filter housing drain plug. There seems to be 2 extra gaskets, and I get the sneaking suspicion that they are using the same filter for both v8 and v6. I was told the metal gasket is for the oil pan drain plug, but if you remove the plug on the V8, there is no gasket.
The oil pan drain plug should have an aluminum crush washer installed. The original ones on the cars from the factory have a coat of black paint around their edge and can easily be mistaken for part of the bolt head.
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The oil pan drain plug should have an aluminum crush washer installed. The original ones on the cars from the factory have a coat of black paint around their edge and can easily be mistaken for part of the bolt head.
I didn't see it on the first oil change that I did myself. I will check again on the next one. That still only accounts for 3 gaskets on the V8, what is the 4th one for, or is it for the 3.8?
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Default Re: V8 oil filter confusion

I changed the oil and filter today on my 2010 Genesis 3.8 V6. The original equipment filter was marked "Hyundai (logo) Kia 26330 3C250 Dongwoo Co. Ltd. made in Korea". The filter was located in a canister at the top center of the engine at the rear. The plastic cover over the engine was removed by pulling up at the rear. The plastic cover is held in place with metal ball studs on the engine and rubber sockets housed in projections from beneath the plastic cover. There was an aluminum crush washer on the drain plug. The filter kit from the Hyundai dealer had 2 replacement o-rings and a replacement crush washer and the filter element.
Does anyone know which Kia models this filter fits; or, whether an aftermarket filter is available. My filter kit cost about $10 from the dealer compared to $2.84 for most oil filters at Wal-Mart.
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