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If the filter houising is bolted to the engine undo the mounting bolts and clean all old gasket from both faces. Get a new gasket and I use loctite blue as a sealent on clean dry surfaces (use VARY sparingly as excess can get into engine parts) Refit filter ensuring the correct tensioning procedure is followed Tip the old filter seal has to be removed as sometimes they stick to the housing unknowingly causing sealing problems with the new filter

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