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FORD 3000 OIL HOUSING

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USMCROWE

08-10-2020 13:28:08




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WAS CHANGING MY OIL FILTER ON FORD 3000 BECAUSE THE GASKET LEAKED. TOOK EVERYTHING APART AND NOT SURE HOW IT GOES BACK TOGETHER.
OPTION 1: VIDEO I WATCHED SHOWED BOLT WITH PAPER GASKET ON OUTSIDE OF HOUSE FOLLOWED BY RUBBER GASKET ON THE INSIDE AND THE SPRING WITH LIP FACING DOWN THEN FILTER.
OPTION 2: VIDEO I WATCHED DID THE SAME WITH BOLT WITH PAPER GASKET ON OUTSIDE OF HOUSE THEN ON THE INSIDE THEY WENT SPRING WITH LIP FACING UP AND THEN RUBBER WASHER AND FINALLY FILTER.

I CANNOT FIND WHICH IS CORRECT.

LOGIC TELLS ME OPTION 1 BECAUSE THE RUBBER GASKET WOULDNT BE SEALING ANYTHING IF I PUT IT ON THE FILTER SIDE BUT I'M NOT FOR SURE. AND THE SPRING ORIENTATION I'M EVEN LESS CERTAIN

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Ultradog MN

08-11-2020 03:39:52




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 Re: FORD 3000 OIL HOUSING in reply to USMCROWE, 08-10-2020 13:28:08  
USMCROWE,
Welcome to the Ford Board.
Ford put two different types of oil filters on those. Early style was a cannister type which it sounds like you have. The photo below might help.
By the way, Your drill sergeant would rip you a new one if he saw you typing that way.
So to avoid doing hundreds of pushups Don't use all capital letters and Do use punctuation.
PS,
Thank you for your service.
Jerry
USN 71-75

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