Purely theoretically, the size of the oil filter is unimportant. The main thing that came up on the thread and landing surface. But there are much more important characteristics. For example, the pressure at which the bypass valve will operate is important. We will not fall into the abyss of filtering and confine ourselves to the conclusion that it is wrong to select filters according to thread and seat.
It is only necessary to install what is prescribed by the manufacturer. And if the filter is made poorly, then the consequences can be very diverse. In the worst case, it is simply squeezed out and the oil flows out into the street. Here, however, a motor stop after the oil pressure lamp comes on can save (and even then not always). But, for example, if the spring of the bypass valve for some reason was not strong enough, then you can drive with an actually idle filter in oil that does not pass the cleaning, and not even know about it. Continue reading