In phrasal verbs the preposition is usually not connected in meaning to the verb. In other words, the meaning of the preposition on its own is irrelevant. I agree, Murphy is good, the Cambridge books on phrasal verbs are also good. Work slowly with phrasals, otherwise you will get them confused.
"Change up" can mean change gears in a car to a higher gear (the meaning is not immediately obvious to me).
"Finish up" means to finish a meal or an activity to be ready to begin doing something else.
"End up" means to be in a final position, as in, "We ended up in Paris after a long journey."
I recommend working on no more than five phrasals per session and to learn them by topic rather than by verb or preposition.