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Oil leak near oil filter

Oil drips out of my suv either above or beside the oil filter

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I suggest loose filter or not threaded properly...or bad gasket on filter..hope one of these helps

Posted on Mar 31, 2014

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    rushpaulrush Mar 31, 2014

    any chance when filling oil some dripped?

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