Mopar Oil Filter: 05037836AB

Looks like it but would double check that motor is big bucks to screw around with a wrong filter. I will check the Part # when I get home as I got several Viper oem filters at my garage.
 
So I'm getting ready to change the oil in my 10 after sitting all winter. I was thinking I should pull the fuel relay and crank her over to get oil pressure up before firing it up. Does anyone know which relay I should pull?
 
So I'm getting ready to change the oil in my 10 after sitting all winter. I was thinking I should pull the fuel relay and crank her over to get oil pressure up before firing it up. Does anyone know which relay I should pull?

Relay numbers vary year to year.

The simple way is to hold your throttle to the floor THEN crank the engine over. Keep it floored while doing this.

The ECU will go into "Clear-Flood Mode" and shut off the injectors. This goes back to the day of Carburetors and how to clear a flooded engine with those.

It works with a great many fuel-injected vehicles, not just the SRT-10.
 
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