Question about 1996 Ford Windstar
I have a oil leak coming from behind the oil filter mount on a 3.8Ltr. eng. in a 96 windstar. It is not the oil sending switch. The leak is below. There is a steady stream while coming out while the vehicle is running.
Check oil filter, sometimes gasket from old filter is still on engine and when tou have 2 gaskets, (the old one and new one on new filter) it will hemmorage out oil pretty quick. next time check to see if gasket is on old filter when it is removed. I found that out after $30 worth of Mobil 1 poured out on my driveway.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
Ok who ever installed the oil filter didnt put oil on the seal and tighted oil filter down properly this lead to seal on oil filter burning up and cracking replace oil filter and put oil on the seal all the way around
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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