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1986 Isuzu Pickup Turbo Diesel...What is the name of the part that the oil filter screws onto? The part is leaking and I am trying to find out if I can just get a new gasket or seal or if I have to replace the entire part.

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  • hootowl2 Sep 27, 2009

    it would be helpful to have the name of the seal or even the name of the part the seal goes on.

  • hootowl2 Sep 27, 2009

    it would be helpful to have the name of the seal or even the name of the part the seal goes on.

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