Just look at the filter carefully to see how it appears, you can do visual inspection after removing the old filter from the machine. For example, is the filter damaged? Are wrinkles clustered together? Do you see any cuts or damage to the folds? Do they seem to seal correctly at both ends? You can check the central pipe of the filter to see if it has been folded or bent. Find evidence of mechanical damage to the core of the filter center.
You always want to make sure that the filter has completed the expected work. If it appears that it has no particles, it may be in a bypass state. This may be related to the squeezed seal, or it may not be sealed, so you need to verify that the seal is in place and not damaged.
In addition, when checking the oil filter, please check whether the filter is replaced on time. If the filter has a glossy, dry riverbed appearance, in which particles are filled to the outside surface of the filter, this may indicate that the filter has not been replaced on time.