And then adds:Item not available at this store, please contact any NAPA store for assistance in locating the item.
Clicking on Why? leads to:Online purchase not available. Why?
This item cannot be shipped.
We apologize for the inconvenience. We cannot ship this item for one of the following reasons:
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The NAPA filter might be a MANN filter, the same as a Hengst filter.Billet,
Are you going to Freightliner of Knoxville?
Is there perhaps a Mercedes Benz authorized Sprinter dealer in the Knoxville area.
Might want to try them out.
Please read this thread:
IMHO you would be far safer to take the NAPA Filter back and order the MANN Filter Online or check with your local Mercedes Benz Sprinter dealer.
Won't be a cheap as the NAPA Gold filter, but it will protect your engine a whole lot better.
Hope this helps,
The Amsoil that lists meeting 229.51 requirements is the Low-SAPS AEL and mid-SAPS AFL. AEL is available in 5W30. Not published on the spec sheet is Sulphated Ash, but that is 0.60% (*). AFL is available in 5W40 and the unpublished ash number is 0.79% (*).Amsol and Valvoline also have oils that meet 229.51 and, usually are less expensive than Mobile 1.