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Oil filter: Cartridge or Canister

I recently came across a video of a 2016 corolla with a canister filter:

https://youtu.be/vIJYPoEilGw

Upon further web surfing, it appears that all 2016 corollas manufactured JAN/2016 has a canister type oil filter rather than the cartridge.

My question is, has anyone looked under their iM's. To the guys that has an iM manufactured JAN/2016 and newer, is your oil filter canister or cartridge? I was just wondering if our iM's got caught in the mix. Thanks guys.
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No oil change yet

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I recently came across a video of a 2016 corolla with a canister filter:

https://youtu.be/vIJYPoEilGw

Upon further web surfing, it appears that all 2016 corollas manufactured JAN/2016 has a canister type oil filter rather than the cartridge.

My question is, has anyone looked under their iM's. To the guys that has an iM manufactured JAN/2016 and newer, is your oil filter canister or cartridge? I was just wondering if our iM's got caught in the mix. Thanks guys.
I have yet to do an oil change, but I will for sure ask the techs when I go in to show me. I've always used the screw on type.
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I recently came across a video of a 2016 corolla with a canister filter:

https://youtu.be/vIJYPoEilGw

Upon further web surfing, it appears that all 2016 corollas manufactured JAN/2016 has a canister type oil filter rather than the cartridge.

My question is, has anyone looked under their iM's. To the guys that has an iM manufactured JAN/2016 and newer, is your oil filter canister or cartridge? I was just wondering if our iM's got caught in the mix. Thanks guys.
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Cartridge type oil filter for me, but I have a few brand new OEM Toyota canister type oil filters. Looks like Toyota is switching back to the canister type filter, so the 2017 Corolla Hatchback models (iM) will probably use it. PM me if anyobody needs oil filters. The part number is 90915-YZZA1 - USA made filters instead of the cheaper versions.
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Would love to know if it'd be possible to switch between the two.. Somehow lol.. as the threads are on the outer for ours and the canister inner like old filters.. hrmmn e3e"

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Would love to know if it'd be possible to switch between the two.. Somehow lol.. as the threads are on the outer for ours and the canister inner like old filters.. hrmmn e3e"
OR!

Maybe an aftermarket Filter company can make a canister with threads on the outside
Like our Oem just recyclable.. Oh the possibilities @~@
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I ordered the housing from the dealership I work at. Tell the parts guy to look up the scion im manufactured after 5/16. It's going to cost about $110.
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I ordered the housing from the dealership I work at. Tell the parts guy to look up the scion im manufactured after 5/16. It's going to cost about $110.
Interesting

Is there a distinct advantage other than just convenience?

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The new corollas and apparently the ims are changing over to the spin on. I dislike the plastic and dont trust plastic for something important like the oil
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I ordered the housing from the dealership I work at. Tell the parts guy to look up the scion im manufactured after 5/16. It's going to cost about $110.
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The new corollas and apparently the ims are changing over to the spin on. I dislike the plastic and dont trust plastic for something important like the oil
Can we get a link or part#s? Thanks!
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