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12-15-2003 09:58:25

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Help, I have a G allis, bought it with the motor knocking. I found the problem to be it never picked up oil. after removing the oil filter it looked like new not even a trace of oil on it. The pump will move oil I checked it before removing. When I had the block upside down you can see the inside of the oil filter through a port in the block. Is this right or is there somthing missing? a plug or somthing. Thanks Donnie

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12-17-2003 17:48:00

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 Re: allis g oil pressure in reply to Donnie, 12-15-2003 09:58:25  
if you run it with the filter off you should get oil out the tube. does the pressure gauge show anything?

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12-17-2003 20:35:37

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 Re: Re: allis g oil pressure in reply to dan, 12-17-2003 17:48:00  
Didnt think about leaving the filter off. I did not hear it run long enough to see what the oil pressure was, I was scrambling to shut it down before peices started flying. I have all the machine work done and plan on building the engine this weekend. I will leave the filter off and see if I can get any oil flow from just cranking speed. Donnie

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12-17-2003 10:06:25

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 Re: allis g oil pressure in reply to Donnie, 12-15-2003 09:58:25  
Yes there is a small pipe coming from the center of the oil filter mount. Then there is a port in the bottom of the mount, By the way you are describing it, this should be a return that dumps straight back to the pan? If this is right then I have eather a pump problem or a relief valve problem.

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12-16-2003 17:48:20

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 Re: allis g oil pressure in reply to Donnie, 12-15-2003 09:58:25  
the oil filter on those feed in the center off the oil galley and return back to the pan. is there a tube in the center of the filter?

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