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WIPING OIL BUILD UP OFF UINDER BELLY OF ENGINE AND RUBBER PEICE CAME OFF WITH FOLLOWING NUMBERS ON IT F53E-7A828-AA

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Removal & Installation
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  2. Drain the engine oil into a suitable container.
    1. Remove the transaxle converter cover.
  3. For 1986-90 vehicles, remove the starter motor from the vehicle, as outlined in Section 2.
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  8. If necessary, remove the oil pump pipe and screen.
  9. Thoroughly clean the gasket mounting surfaces.
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Next fill the filter with fresh oil and rub a slight amount on the rubber gasket seal at the perimeter of the filter. Install the oil filter until the gasket seal touches the milled face of the engine block. Turn 1/4 to 1/2 turn further to seal correctly.

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