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Dammed oil filter.

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Dammed oil filter.

Postby blackyb » Wed Aug 12, 2020 9:25 pm

Just recently, we have been experiencing issues around the srew on oil filters.

Despite thinking we have tightened them up, a few days later the odd one has started weeping. On inspection the filter is loose and can take another good half turn.

Seems mainly an issue with Crossland filters.

Anyone else had similar problems. I only ask as I serviced ours a couple of weeks back and fitted a new Crossland filter. On checking it this morning, it was loose.

Should have gone to Autolink and not Euro.
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