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The oil seal on the oil filter keeps on popping

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You must replace the oil seal, go to
and get it.
God bless you

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2003 town car has leaking oil filter housing, what is necessary to fix and what the entire job will cost

it could be a simple replacement of the oil filter, remove the extra oil filter gasket left on when the filter was changed
excessive tightening of the filter
or replacement of the gasket for the housing mount
until you know exactly what is causing the leak , the cost cannot be calculated

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Hi please can you help ive recently overhauled the the engine on my 2l opel rekord 1986 model but for some reason it keeps blowing the oil seal on the oil filter on start once then during idling once.

full rebuild with bearings, rings, head ,referb ,new oil pump
or partial rebuild re ring ?

filter issue wont be because of rebuild or higher oil pressure

try filling the filter with some oil before fitting
are you smearing the new oil filter seal with new oil before fitting
and is the surface of the face where the oil filter spins smooth no scratches or gouges or roughness

if the seal is intact you can use silicon sealant
to get it to seat and not leak

are to putting the filter on too tight or not tight enough?

spin till contact is made to block
and hand tighten only no filter tool
run motor and if leaking tighten one third turn more

if you use the tool and screw it on heavy
will flatten the seal and
you may need to cut the oil filter off next surface




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I have a ford transit van I keep losing loads of oil from the bottom of oil filter why.

there are a lot unanswered questions in your description here, but I will try to give you a few ideas.
when was the oil last changed? is it leaking from where the filter is attached, if so filter needs to be removed & either put back on or replaced. be sure before installing new filter to wet the filter gasket with a little new oil before installation, this helps with seal.

is there a hole in oil filter, if so it needs replacing.

is the filter on front or rear lower portion of engine? check to see where oil is coming from, it may be a front or rear crank shaft seal. which is a major project.

keep in mind that when the engine is running & also when vehicle is in motion the oil will be blowing back & occasionally make it look like the oil is leaking from somewhere else.

if you start by getting under vehicle ( make sure vehicle is properly blocked up so no chance of falling on you. do not trust the jack alone to hold up vehicle) and try to look & see where the oil is coming from.
there only certain places that oil can leak, gaskets, seals, line connections ect...

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Massive oil leak suddenly on 2000 vw beetle looks as though came above oil filter and awhinning pumpsound present

That's the oil filter cooler seal. My car did the same thing; poured a quart of oil out on the ground in about a minute while I was looking for the source of the leak.

There's a box with radiator fluid going through it mounted between the oil filter and the block to cool the oil. It's got a large o-ring to seal it, and when that seal goes, it just *pours* oil out. Take the oil filter off and you'll see a large nut. take off the nut and the cooler will slide off - you can do that without removing the fluid lines.

The seal is between the block and the cooler and will be very obvious when it's bad; mine was missing a big chunk out of one side. Popped a new seal in, put it back together and haven't had a problem with it since.

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To replace a rear seal, the transmission has to be removed from the back of the motor so you can get to the seal. The old seal must be popped out and the new one popped back in. Easy fix once you get the transmission removed. If you are not really ready to do this right now then just keep your oil level up in the motor by checking it often and you can pretty much drive it like this indefinitely if you dont mind puttting up with the oil drips.

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Oil pressure gage keeps dropping to zero

just finish doing a freinds truck same problem
engine high idle oil pressure ok engine at low idle hot
o oil pressure also hard start start after sitting a few minutes hot
or in am cold

found 1- wrong oil filter--not depresing dain out valve to crank case
2- oil cooler by pass valve rubber seal ruptured (fairly expensife oil filter base kit )
(only way to get this rubber)
3- found oil gallery plug pop out of oil injection pump(cant buy)
located small frost plug kit installed and peen area
reassemble and test all work out properly

4-could also be the oil gallery in the block at front or rear
they are also block of with frost plug cap
very pore desine should be treaded plug and locktite

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I started the car after an oil change and oil was pooring out from under the car i checked the oil plug and the filter what else could it be

When you remove the timing cover you will see that the seals for the front balancer is no longer in the block, it has popped out and is spinning around with the front balacer shaft.
There is a huge opening where the seal should be and oil comes out rapidly.
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