This is the "Standard" GM gasoline fuel filer used on most V8 & V6 GM cars and trucks since 1986 with the introduction of high pressure fuel injection. The GF652 is Stainless Steel, not painted steel that can rust and corrode internally. WE RECOMMEND THE FUEL FILTER BE CHANGED ONCE A YEAR REGARDLESS OF MILEAGE.
GM/AC Delco-Old Number: GF481
COST: AC Delco GF652 fuel filter - $15.50 ea.
AC Delco PF932F-2 qt. & PF1218-1 qt. Oil Filters
The "932 Fleet" will be immediately recognized by all the "OLD" "CHEVY BIG BLOCK" racers going back to the 1970's BIG BLOCKS from the 396, 427, 454, 496 (8.1L), & 502 (8.2L) engines. Chevy has kept it's oil filter fitment on the BIG BLOCKs the same since 1962, and they ALL still use the same oil filter fitment. The 8.1L engine with the PF932F will take 8 qts. of oil.
These Filters also fits the Chevy small blocks from 1972 to 1989.
PF454 1 cup Oil Filter - $7.50 ea PF1218 1 qt. Oil Filer - $7.50 ea PF932F 2 qt. Oil Filter - $11.00 ea.
8.1 Liter Oil Filters
AC Delco A1236C Air filter
The A1236C is the factory installed filter. It was originally used by GM beginning in 1992. Most all GM heavy duty trucks with the 6.5L Diesel from 1992 to 2000 use the A1236C. All Workhorse 8.1L equipped chassis use this filter. It is a HIGH FILTRATION filter, with VERY LOW AIR FLOW RESTRICTION. It is ideal for both normal and severe service applications. Fits all Workhorse Gasoline 8.1 Liter chassis - 2000 thru 2010
COST AC Delco A1236C Air filter - $44.00 ea.
AC Delco A917C Air Filter The A917C and A1236C are the same size filters, and are interchangeable. The addition of the sponge filter attached over paper pleats gives the A1236C higher dirt, dust, and sand filtration which prevents cylinder wall scoring leading to excessive oil consumption over the A917C. The A917C is not recommended. If you are in desert or high dust conditions use the factory installed A1236C filter.
The A917C was designed for Corvettes, Cameros , and Pontiac Firebirds up to 2004.
COST AC Delco A917C Air Filter - $15.00 ea.
Here is a link to the AC Delco application guide if you want to see "what fits what":