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X type jag diesel oil filter

How do you remove the oil filter on a Diesel X type jag.
do you need a special spanner or do you do it by hand

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  • finnelvers Apr 21, 2009

    Is the oil filter a paper element or a throw away canister

  • finnelvers Apr 21, 2009

    Looking at the filter on my car I do not think it is a throw away cartridge but a filter element

    in a canister

    I think the filter you discribe is a petrol engine filter

    my x type is a 04 diesel

    if you look at the spares for this car it looks like a paper element

  • finnelvers Apr 21, 2009

    Hi

    if it is a paper type as per your picture

    the surely the canister does not unsrew but the bowl or pot the filter sits in is secured with a bolt at the bottom of the filter

    there seams to be a big knurled type fitting at the bottom of the filter

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The oil filter is on the bottom front side of the engine. you can follow these steps ...

http://monsterguide.net/how-to-replace-an-oil-filter

Yes you need a Oil filter wrenches come in either exact fit or belt/strap styles. The exact fit wrench is made for your car's filter and fits on the end like a socket. The belt or strap style operates by sliding a ring (rubber for belt style or metal for strap style) over the filter to grip it so you can loosen the filter with the handle.

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