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Re: oil filter leak

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05-08-2013 08:10:24

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I was unaware that there was supposed to be a fiber gasket under the bolt...I believe mine has a copper washer.

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Tim Daley(MI)

05-08-2013 15:59:06

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 Re: oil filter leak in reply to steve43, 05-08-2013 08:10:24  
Some aftermarket washers were copper. They'll work for a while but after a few oil changes will leak. As Dean said do not use any Permatex or like product. You don't say where your leak is coming from. If it is the top bolt, get or make a new washer. If it is the outside perimeter of the top lid, find out why and fix. As I said below, put a dab of oil on your finger and smear the rubber gasket all over. This will help hold it in place when installing top lid. sometimes guys don't know thee is a large gasket under the lid and if they put a new one on, it doesn't seal good and it'll leak...

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05-08-2013 08:14:28

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 Re: oil filter leak in reply to steve43, 05-08-2013 08:10:24  
copper might seal.. might not. depends on condition of stem bolt face and cover top face.

fibre will seal for sure.

don't buy one. cut one out of thick gasket paper or a shoe box.. cerial box.. etc. all i've ever done once they stopped giving them out in filter kits.

same with drain bung gaskets. etc..

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