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Oil Passage I need an oil passage diagram or someone just tell me if the oil goes through the filter first before entering the rest of the engine or upon exit of engine.

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Oil on any car goes from oil pan to folter before entering engine,dhat will protect engine to get any depozit back in

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Upon exiting the engine to be filtered.

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