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When istart my car the oil filter blows out

I have replaced the pressure releave valve??????????? what should i do???????

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  • msigmon32 Dec 30, 2008

    have already checked that

  • msigmon32 Dec 30, 2008

    pcv vavle checked

  • msigmon32 Dec 30, 2008

    with in 10 sec my oil filter gasket blows out

  • msigmon32 Dec 31, 2008

    the oil filter gasket blows out and the filter does toooo

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Confirm and operational PCV system and PCV valve.

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  • Peter Fadoulakis
    Peter Fadoulakis Dec 30, 2008

    The gasket is compressed between the filter and the part on the car that accepts the filter.



    How can you be blowing the gasket off the filter and still have the filter remain in tact?



    Can you give a more accurate and better description of the problem?



    Are you sure the part in question is the oil filter?



    Could it be another part and you're just calling it the oil filter?

  • Peter Fadoulakis
    Peter Fadoulakis Dec 31, 2008

    Pressure is building up in the system somewhere. It could be an a defective oil pump or a blockage somewhere in the oil passage system, or a sludge buildup issue. Note that an engine tear may be necessary to resolve the problem



    Have you tried a different brand of filter?

    Are you sure the filter you're using is the right one for the car?

    Are there any modifications, add-ons, or alterations to the engine?



    There are over the counter engine flush products that you can try. These products pour right into the crankcase and are effective at removing sludge. Buy a name brand product and try it.



    DON'T BUY AN OFF BRAND PRODUCT



    Make you you folow the instructions on the can exactly.

  • Peter Fadoulakis
    Peter Fadoulakis Dec 31, 2008

    Pressure is building up in the system somewhere. It could be an a defective oil pump or a blockage somewhere in the oil passage system, or a sludge buildup issue. Note that an engine tear may be necessary to resolve the problem



    Have you tried a different brand of filter?

    Are you sure the filter you're using is the right one for the car?

    Are there any modifications, add-ons, or alterations to the engine?



    There are over the counter engine flush products that you can try. These products pour right into the crankcase and are effective at removing sludge. Buy a name brand product and try it.



    DON'T BUY AN OFF BRAND PRODUCT



    Make you you folow the instructions on the can exactly.

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