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- Apr 3, 2022
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- Crestview, FL
As much as it rains in my area when it starts raining, I took drastic measures.
This is what came up when I did a search to try to figure out what you guys were talking about.All trucks I've ever seen, including all the ones at the wrecking yard, the cowl seal is just an L shaped seal that screws into the face of the cowl lip. So I'm not sure what the other one you're referring to is.
I use a ratchet strap wrapped around both ends to hold tension on the caps and then I use a deadblow hammer to tap them together.I can tell you this much: it's a pain in the butt to squish those things back together with the new o rings. I can't remember how I did it.
Yep, I'm almost certain that's what I did. Id say "great minds think alike" but.......I use a ratchet strap wrapped around both ends to hold tension on the caps and then I use a deadblow hammer to tap them together.
Exactly, This is the stuff i bought, and from this site.Some people, including myself, have had success buying a roll of “L” shaped garage door seal and making our own cowl/hood seal. It was much cheaper and works great
I’m assuming that this part here is the oil pressure regulator? And that the chisel needs to go in here to unstick it?What I suspect is cause of the blowing of the oil filter o-ring is this regulator is stuck. You will have to pull the cooler to get at it, in the rear head there is a staked in bit you have to get out with say a chisel. At this point you might want to think about replacing the o-rings for the cooler if you dont know there age. When this valve is stuck closed it can fire off oil fillers and cause high oil presure.
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