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Oil leaking around oil filter , just started after long road trip, no oil on anything above oil filter, and looks like it is coming from oil filter

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May have loose or defective oil filter,replace it,

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

Testimonial: "(I pray it's this)took the oil filter off and the top ring around the oil filter was damaged and out of position, replaced it and oil,now just waiting"

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