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Northstar Engines and System Technical Discussion Discussion, Oil Adapter housing Problems :( in Cadillac Engine Technical Discussion; I need urgent help, i took out my oil adapter housing, and when i placed it back on my 2002 ...
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    thump_21 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Oil Adapter housing Problems :(

    I need urgent help, i took out my oil adapter housing, and when i placed it back on my 2002 deville started splurting oil, the two bolts had 3 gaskets/wahers when i took em off and put them back on, is there a another gasket i may have missed or did i miss seat the adapter on wrong??

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    Re: Oil Adapter housing Problems :(

    I'll take a guess you are talking about the oil filter adapter.

    There should be two bolts and two rubber O rings. There is no gasket at that surface.

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    Re: Oil Adapter housing Problems :(

    JimD, thump, ........Look at your identical post up in Seville/Deville. O-rings are not forever............Get new O-rings from your dealer, pull it (the adapter) off again and reassemble slowly and carefully. When you're fooling with O-rings and flange joints, absolute cleanliness is essential. As is a new, prefilled (by you) oil filter.

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