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Oil leak at filter

I have a 94 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a cold weather oil leak at the filter housing. It is actually where the filter housing connects to the block (6 cyl). After the motor warms leak self seals and appears to be OK. Only occurs when engine block is cold.

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There is a oring between the block and the filter housing. be carful because changing that oring is a pain kdc744

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