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Gasket that connects the oil filter housing to the engine block

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SOURCE: 1996 honda prelude oil leak

did you check the steering pump, AC compression pump, etc or other engine components ? it could be something other than the engine.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Oil leaks from the oil filter adapter

If it is not the suggested gasket that is leaking then it is the oil pressure switch located exactly above the oil filter adapter. The black plastic housing could have developed a crack and oil will ooze downward and drip off the bottom of the adapter. I had this problem and changing the oil pressure switch took care of it.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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SOURCE: oil is leaking between the

I'm not sure what year or model your car is, but if it looks like the picture below then this is what you do.
The o-ring behind the engine cooler is leaking and need to be replace.
1.remove oil filter. You might want to use a new filter.
2.there's 24mm nut(i color it red in the picture). Use a socket to remove nut. Note:the nut and tube that the oil filter screw onto is one piece.
3.pull the cooler away from the block and there should be a o-ring behind the cooler, replace o-ring and reinstall.
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Posted on Dec 21, 2010

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SOURCE: 1993 Honda accord. The oil

sachemjoeqo, There is a rubber gasket between the housing and the block which hardens and cracks over time that needs to be replaced. The only problem here is that it is not the easiest thing to get at. If you are doing this yourself, put the front wheels up on ramps and be sure to block the rear wheels. Remove the oil filter and then the housing, be sure to clean the block and the housing before reassembly. Good luck with this.

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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SOURCE: oil leaking badly i think

there is a rubber seal on the oil filter i would check there first might just be loose or change filter put light film of oil on rubber seal when changing filter then tighten 1/4 turn after contact with block

Posted on Sep 15, 2011

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Where is the most common place for a oil leak a BMW 323i


in my opinion the #1 most common place is from the oil filter housing. Stand at the front of the engine bay, look at the right side of the engine block under the intake manifold. If the block is oily, wet, then that's the culprit. There's a $5 oil seal that dries out and can end up causing oil drops on your driveway. The labor for this repair can be several hundred bucks. it takes about 3-4 hours. Other common areas are the valve cover gasket in cars over 100K miles. If you smell oil burning inside the car, when you start it up in the morning, it's likely leaking here and getting on the exhaust manifold where it burns off..
Next place to look is the high pressure hose form the vanos to the oil filter housing. It's a 8" hose with banjo fittings. Over the years they can start to leak a little. Lastly the oil pan gasket can start to leak on cars with high mileage. My 98 323is has had all four over the years. It has almost 200K on it. I've done the oil filter housing gasket and some day will do the rest
The oil filter gasket is the one that leaks the most. It's not hard to do yourself if you are mechanically. There might be youtube videos to help. Good luck.

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My pickup has developed a leak between the block and the oil filter housing unit, not the filter. Is there a gasket that needs to be replaced?


I do believe that there is actually a gasket that is between the oil filter housing assembly and the engine block. If it is anything like the Nissans, they do have a tendancy to start leaking over time.

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Sep 13, 2011 | 1992 Isuzu Pickup

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1993 Honda accord. The oil is gushing out where the oil filter housing meets the engine block.


sachemjoeqo, There is a rubber gasket between the housing and the block which hardens and cracks over time that needs to be replaced. The only problem here is that it is not the easiest thing to get at. If you are doing this yourself, put the front wheels up on ramps and be sure to block the rear wheels. Remove the oil filter and then the housing, be sure to clean the block and the housing before reassembly. Good luck with this.

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How difficult is it to change the oil pan on a 1997 gmc jimmy 4x4?


4WD To Remove:
  1. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Negative battery cable
    • Oil level indicator
    • Front differential assembly
    • Starter
    • Transmission cover
    • Oil pan drain plug and drain the engine oil into a suitable container
    • Remote oil filter pipe adapter
    • Remote oil filter hose clip bolt on oil pan
    • Starter wire harness bracket stud
    • Transmission oil cooler pipes (if equipped)
    • Access plugs for oil pan rear nuts
    • Transmission to oil pan bolts
    • Oil pan nuts and bolts gm_truck_43_ol-pn_ol-lvl-snsr.gif

      NOTE: The low oil level sensor is not reusable.
    • Remove and discard the engine oil level sensor (if applicable) gm_truck_43_ol-pn_blts.gif

    • The oil pan
    • The oil pan gasket
  2. Discard the oil pan gasket.
  3. Clean all sealing surfaces on the engine and the oil pan.
To Install:
Note: Whenever the transmission and the engine oil pan are removed from the engine at the same time install the transmission before the oil pan. This is to allow for the proper oil pan alignment. Failure to achieve the correct oil pan alignment can result in transmission failure.
  1. Apply a 0.197 inch (5 mm) wide and 1.0 inch (25 mm) long bead of adhesive GM P/N 12346141 (Canadian P/N 10953433) or equivalent to both the right and left sides of the engine front cover to engine block junction at the oil pan sealing surfaces. gm_truck_43_ol-pn_ahsv_loc_f.gif

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  2. Apply a 0.197 inch (5 mm) wide and 1.0 inch (25 mm) long bead of adhesive GM P/N 12346141 (Canadian P/N 10953433) or equivalent to both the right and left sides of the crankshaft rear oil seal housing to engine block junction at the oil pan sealing surfaces. Note: Always install a new oil pan gasket. The oil pan gasket and oil pan must be installed and the fasteners tightened while the adhesive is still wet to the touch.
  3. Install the new oil pan gasket into the groove in the oil pan. Note: The oil pan alignment must always be flush or forward no more than 0.011 inch (0.3mm) from the rear face of the engine block.
  4. Install or connect the following:
    • The oil pan onto the engine block
      1. Press the oil pan gasket into the grooves of the engine front cover and crankshaft rear oil seal housing
      2. Slide the oil pan back against a suitable straight edge
    • The oil pan bolts and nuts, but do not tighten
  5. Measure the pan-to-transmission housing clearance using a feeler gage and a straight edge. gm_truck_43_ol-pn_trnz_clrc.gif

    • Use a feeler gage to check the clearance between the oil pan-to-transmission housing measurement points
      1. If the clearance exceeds 0.011 inch 0.3mm) at any of the 3 oil pan-to-transmission housing measurement points (A), then repeat the step until the oil pan-to-transmission housing clearance is within the specification
      2. The oil pan must always be forward of the rear face of the engine block
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  6. Tighten the oil pan bolts and nuts in sequence
    • Torque to: 18 ft lb (25 Nm).
  7. Measure the clearance between the 3 oil pan-to-transmission housing measurement points in order to ensure proper alignment.
  8. Install or connect the following:
    • A new oil pan drain plug seal (O-ring) onto the oil pan drain plug
    • Oil pan drain plug into the oil pan
      1. Torque to: 18 ft lb (25 Nm)
      NOTE: The low oil level sensor is not reusable.
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    • New low oil level sensor
      1. Torque to: 115 in lb (13 Nm)
    • Transmission to oil pan bolts.
      1. Torque to: 35 ft lb (47 Nm)
    • Access plugs for the oil pan rear nuts
    • Starter wire harness bracket stud
    • Transmission oil cooler pipes (if equipped)
    • Remote oil filter pipe adapter
    • Oil filter hose clip bolt to the oil pan
    • Transmission cover and bolts.
    • Starter motor
    • Front differential assembly
    • Oil level indicator
  9. Fill the engine with oil.
  10. Connect the negative battery cable.

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Need to remove oil filter housing - oil leaking out. How do you remove it? Bolt location, etc. The car just dumped almost all it's oil in the driveway while it was idling. The leak appears to be around the...


This is not an easy repair in your driveway, but can be done. 1st thing, have you checked to see if the oil filter is the issue or is it the drain plug? If its the oil filter housing gasket, you will need to remove the filter. The housing is held in place by the threaded bolt assy that the filter screws onto. You will need to remove that bolt, remove the coolant hoses. Clean the engine block surfaces, for the new gasket to mate to, clean the cooling housing surfaces, install the bolt through the housing, and install the gasket onto it. Then install the bolt/housing into the block and tighten the bolt. Install the coolant hoses, oil filter. Fill the cooling system with the coolant that you removed. Fill the engine with oil, start and check for leaks.

Jan 23, 2010 | 1997 Volkswagen Jetta

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Oil leaked out engine were from oil filter is mounted


have you taken the filter off yet to determine whether or not it had 2 gaskets. was this done by a shop? if so, call them and have it towed back in!

Dec 30, 2009 | 1997 Audi A4

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86 audi 4000s - engine oil is oozing out of the oil filt. housing


is the filter tight? not clear about the Junction you are referring to. The filter screws directly into the engine block.

Dec 26, 2008 | 1986 Audi 4000 CS

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F250 351


from what your explaining the housing the filter screws on to two types bolted unit wich there is a gasket in between block and plate or another style is held with only the threaded piece that the filter screws on to it usaully has a area where a wrench can fit unscrew the hole shaft replace gasket behind the housing one other problem i have seen were somone had changed a oil filter not relizing the gasket stayed on the housing check to make sure there isnt two gaskets only one on the filter

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