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Old Jul 12th, 2020, 00:30   #11
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I made the mistake of putting the new o-ring right at the end of the thread, flush against the housing, nope, it needs to go back one thread from the housing if i remember right not all the way flush.
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Please my friends wait a minute...
I ALWAYS changed the seal when i change my oil (i change my oil every 6000/8000 miles, with MANN filter. Like the fuel filter 2 times a year) i always put oil around the seal before close it. I always do hand tight.

I know its leaking under the oil filter housing. I can post photos
Around where the oil filter goes there is no oil leaking.
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Photos would help as they/it would narrow down the possibilities.
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Old Jul 19th, 2020, 19:45   #13
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Hello
Im very sorry, only now i manage to get the photos.
Has you can see its from the oil filter housing not the cover of the housing its under
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Im very sorry, only now i manage to get the photos.
Has you can see its from the oil filter housing not the cover of the housing its under
Many thanks
Still can't work out what's going on from your photos - sorry anlt help |I'm afraid - my apologies!
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Old Jul 20th, 2020, 21:52   #15
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ITs ok
I guess my oil filter housing is leaking..the oil comes out under the oil filter housing.....
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Old Aug 2nd, 2020, 07:00   #16
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There are a couple of seals between the block and the filter housing. Looks like one of them needs replacing.
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My xc70 dropped oil down the block turned out to be o ring where dipstick tube goes into the block.
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Old Aug 2nd, 2020, 12:36   #18
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After noon , you need to buy the TWO O rings seals that filter between the filter hounsing & the engine blck . Due to age , time & anything else we can blame the seal become flattened & that is why the leak has occurred . One is a simple O-ring , the other is a linked 3 ring seal . Clean the grooves gently , remove any corrosion on mating faces & use a dab of grease to secure the seals prior to installation .

https://www.skandix.de/en/spare-part...using/1028059/ is your most likely failure

Good luck hope that helps you sort your problem

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