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Old 08-20-2019, 07:28 PM #1
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Wrong oil filter = big mess

A few min after posting I looked up the right part number. Grabbed the wrong box off my shelf for the wifeís Acura MDX... quality move like spinning the drain plug because the ratchet wasnít in reverse.

Now I get to clean up the driveway, car and my pride. Lol

Filter lasted about 1k miles before luckily blowing out of the block in my driveway. Spun off completely even though it was tight.

Started leaking pretty good in my driveway then blew out when I went to rev it to see it tightening if helped.
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What part number is on the filter?
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Wrong oil filter = big mess

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What part number is on the filter?


The wrong one... thanks for your quick response.

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Nice. Wait until you double gasket the new filter. Then there will be a real mess (having walked that walk).

Good looking yard....
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Nice. Wait until you double gasket the new filter. Then there will be a real mess (having walked that walk).

Good looking yard....


Thanks for the heads up!
The old gasket was laying on the ground so I think Iím good. Lol

Still blows my mind there was enough pressure to spin it right off. Itís the same depth, but narrower. Similar ports in the top luckily.

Rolled it back into the grass and degreased/pressure washed it in the dark. Gonna do an oil change in the morning with the right filter...


Just cut the grass yesterday. Lol


Canít have fun if I blow it up!
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Amazing how quick you can empty the engine of oil. A while back on my british sports car i added a spin on kit. It had a defect and I pumped 4 quarts in the yard quickly. Dad told me to get out the way and he did the same before we stopped and figured out that it had casting spur on the seating area.
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Amazing how quick you can empty the engine of oil. A while back on my british sports car i added a spin on kit. It had a defect and I pumped 4 quarts in the yard quickly. Dad told me to get out the way and he did the same before we stopped and figured out that it had casting spur on the seating area.


My Cummins oil pump flows 15 gallons per min. It would empty my 3 gallons of oil real quick.


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Amazing how quick you can empty the engine of oil. A while back on my british sports car i added a spin on kit. It had a defect and I pumped 4 quarts in the yard quickly. Dad told me to get out the way and he did the same before we stopped and figured out that it had casting spur on the seating area.


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My Cummins oil pump flows 15 gallons per min. It would empty my 3 gallons of oil real quick.


Thatís nuts. Crazy how much oil an engine can pump.
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