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Oil linking by oil filter

Only links when cold, leaves big puddle of oil when started in the morning. is there a pressure releave valve by the oil filter??

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  • ronworks Nov 21, 2013

    It is probably the Oil Filter Adapter Gasket. This is a special composit gasket, that goes between the oil filter housing, and the engine block. $ 8.00, at Auto Zone. $ 28.00, at the dealers. Pain to replace. Ford wanted $ 550.00 to do it. My mechanic wanted $ 200.00. You supply the gasket, new anti freeze, oil and oil filter. Might as well, replace the oil sending unit ( $ 8.00 ), at the same time. This gasket fails on a lot of the 4.6 L engines. Find a mechanic, who has experence, doing it. Go to AutoZone, or parts house, and take a look at the odd gasket. Typical leaks on cold start, then warms up and seals.

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The pressure relief valve is built into the oil pump. What you must do is have the area around the leak cleaned of all oil and dirt, then get under the car and try to see when the oil leaks where it seems to come from, I think the sending unit is around there for the oil pressure, it may be the problem, but do the cleaning 1st.

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