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FASTdan

posted on 10/1/10 at 09:19 AM Reply With Quote
Duratec oil in and out holes?

Which one is which? We're doing a remote filter DIY style, which one is nearest the bellhousing?





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Stuart_B

posted on 10/1/10 at 10:19 AM Reply With Quote
hi dan, i the one nearest to the bellhousing is out. one nearest to the front of the engine is in, to the filter as it comes from the pump.

cheers

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[Edited on 10/1/10 by Stuart_B]





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FASTdan

posted on 10/1/10 at 10:30 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Stuart_B
hi dan, i the one nearest to the bellhousing is out. one nearest to the front of the engine is in, to the filter as it comes from the pump.

cheers

stuart

[Edited on 10/1/10 by Stuart_B]


So just to clarify, the one nearest the bellhousing is out of the filter and in to the block?





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flak monkey

posted on 11/1/10 at 08:29 AM Reply With Quote
Hole nearest bellhousing if the filter oulet (i.e. is the feed to the block)

The hole furthest from the bellhousing is the feed from the pump (i.e the inlet to the filter).





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Micael

posted on 6/7/10 at 09:09 PM Reply With Quote
Hi guys

is this what you mean?
(the arrow indicates oil flow)

[Edited on 6/7/10 by Micael] Rescued attachment duaoil.jpg
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FASTdan

posted on 7/7/10 at 07:07 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Micael
Hi guys

is this what you mean?
(the arrow indicates oil flow)

[Edited on 6/7/10 by Micael]


No, opposite way around

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Micael

posted on 7/7/10 at 07:49 AM Reply With Quote
Lol

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