Good call picking up the metal one. Shame they are getting cheaper switching more and more from metal. We have a metal one on our 2011. When our complimentary oil changes stopped, I had to use heat and long pipe over the breaker bar to get it off. The idiots at dealer over torqued it like crazy. Years later, when I went in for a steering issue, (thx goodness for extended warranty), I asked them to change it while I was there. Next time it was due, the same thing happened. I took it back to their service manager and made him go out and see what it took them to get it off while I was standing there. Their own guy had to use heat and breaker bar. I told them to look up the last guy who did it and fire his ass. No place for a person like that working on cars. Sorry, moral of the story is get a good torque wrench and always follow torque specs on that housing. You’ll thank yourself everytime you change it.