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Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee

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George Marsh

11-09-2013 06:09:14

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Before I purchased my jubilee, someone put a spin on filter on it. IMHO, biggie mistake. If I let mine sit for a few days and remove filter, half the oil has drained back. I've tried every filter out there. All do the same. So when I start mine after sitting for a spell, there is no oil pressure for 10-15 seconds. Depending on how long it sits.

I went to wally world and purchased 5 qts of full synthetic oil, thinking synthetic oil may provide better protection on dry starts.

Some say synthetic oil causes oil leaks. My engine was recently rebuilt, so no oil leaks.

Cold start up 40+ psi, Warm idle 20+ psi

How long does it take you to build oil pressure?

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Ed H.-OH

11-09-2013 13:39:17

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 Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee in reply to George Marsh, 11-09-2013 06:09:14  
George Hello, I read your post, and I think you answered a question for me (thanks). I have a 2000 with the 4 cylinder engine that was overhauled just for I got it about 5 yrs. ago, Has great oil pressure 50-40. But it is slow to build pressure like yours. It has the spin on adapter like yours.
I went out today and took the filter off to make sure the drain hole was at the top. It was so that was ruled out. My son had a pickup doing the same thing and we found that a FRAM PH43 filter has a built in check valve that works good and fixed his problem.
By chance there was a new one in my shop and it fits my tractor with the adapter. I put it on and changed the oil. Run it to temp. and let it set for 3 hours and it started building pressure as soon as it started. I will let it set for a week and post how it worked after setting. Thanks for the input- Hope this helps-ed

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36 coupe

11-09-2013 06:21:20

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 Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee in reply to George Marsh, 11-09-2013 06:09:14  
Take a look at the plate in the engine block next time you have the filter off.The hole in the plate should at 12 oclock.Dufus puts the plate in at 6 oclock so the oil drains out everytime the engine stops.I will NOT use a spin on filter on my tractor.

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George Marsh

11-09-2013 20:55:58

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 Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee in reply to 36 coupe, 11-09-2013 06:21:20  
My hole is at 12. Keep in mind my filter only drains half way back, even with the hole with threads that holds filter in place.

When I pull my filter, after sitting for a week, there is almost no oil dripping out of filter, unless I turn it upside down.

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36 coupe

11-10-2013 02:41:48

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 Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee in reply to George Marsh, 11-09-2013 20:55:58  
Oil comes from the oil pump to the outside of the filter and exits thru the center hole.Oil goes to the oil gallery from there.Theres a steel tube from the oil pump to the block that could be loose or cracked.Its been a long time but thats what I remember about the ohv oil system.

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