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Oil leaking heavy just above oil filter ,passenger side 2002 crv ,not coming from head oil leaking heavy passenger side above oil filter, not coming from head


If it is leaking at the oil filter the previous rubber gasket may have stuck to the block. When the new oil filter was installed then the gasket was doubled and will leak.

Jan 04, 2015 | Honda Cars & Trucks

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What could be cause of oil leaks around filter, all of the expected things to check have been done. New filter, checked to make sure no double gasket etc. and still leaking. Could it be comign from an


If at filter it could be only what comes out (oil drip) when changing oil filter. If filter is good then use oil filter tighter tool to tighten the filter snugger. Make sure its not the oil bolt that is leaking, which could leave that pesky oil spots. Tighten it or replace oil bolt with new one.

May 06, 2014 | 2012 Kia Optima LX Sedan 2.4L 4-cyl....

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Oil is leaking from where the oil filter is screwed into... is this the oil pump? is it difficult to replace?


Oil pump?

Your filter is leaking, check it out.

Can only be the adapter or the filter gasket

Feb 19, 2011 | 2005 Chrysler Town & Country

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Oil filter leaking i did got new oil filter but still leaking


Hi

Are you sure its the oil filter? it could be the oil filter gasket, some models/ not all vw have a second gasket seperate from the oil filter itsself, the other thing is the oil could be leaking from the top of the engine but then dripping off the filter making you think that, that is the cause.

Is the oil filter to the rear of the engine or up front? what model, year and engine size?
Regards
Dan

Nov 18, 2010 | Volkswagen Jetta Cars & Trucks

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HAVE A OIL LEAK COMING FROM ABOVE THE OIL FILTER.


Has the oil filter just been replaced? Sometimes the old gasket sticks to the mounting area, causing leakage if the new filter is installed on top of it. It is also possible the gasket was for some reason missing on a new filter. Let me know if this is not the cause, I'll try to help further.

Dec 16, 2009 | 1991 Honda Accord

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I have an bad oil leak near the oil filter. I have


there may be a filter mounting block that attaches to the engine and has its own gasket - or there may be another oil filter seal that stuck from the last filter replacement.....known as "double gasketed" it will leak

Oct 17, 2009 | 1996 Ford Explorer

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Oil leak


If it's leaking from the oil filter spacer.( the 2 inch metal ring that attaches to your block, and has two rubber hoses coming out of it, and your oil filter attaches to) There is an o-ring between the spacer and the block. Take off your oil filter, remove the oil filter stud with 1 3/16" socket( or metric equivalent) and the spacer will come off. I found all the auto parts stores around me said that the o-ring was a dealer item. I bought a FRAM PH3387A oil filter and removed the o-ring on that. It fit perfectly, snug down your oil filter stud to specs, then install your oil filter. Double check that the oil filter is not double gasketed, and your are fixed!

Jan 31, 2009 | 1995 Honda Odyssey

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Oil leak from top side of oil filter


Make sure you oil the rubber seal on the oil filter and tighten the oil filter 3/4 of a turn more after the seal is flush with the bracket.

Nov 19, 2008 | 2004 Dodge Stratus

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