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Old August 12th, 2016, 01:27 PM
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What Gasket?

Am I looking for here?

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For under the flange where the oil line is coming in from the right side in this pic. Two bolts, roughly oval shaped. I think it must be: ERR1653

But want to make sure before I order.
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Old August 12th, 2016, 01:30 PM
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200TDI? Oil cooler thermostat?

It uses an o-ring. ERC5913

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For 300Tdi. Ah-ha, OK, thanks - but that only shows for 200tdi
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The 300TDi is the same part. The filter housing is a bit different, but the oil cooler thermostat and o-ring are unchanged.

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To get to the 8mm flange bolts, you have to pull the filter, then the pressure sender, then the hose fitting. Once I got inside, I realized that somehow this seems to be a different part. There is no o-ring. There is a beveled gasket that fits between the housing and the flange.

First attempt to work on the truck in 5 months. It's now just bleeding all over the garage, and I have this feeling that I am in for another shock to my wallet before I can even get back to trying to put it back together.

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probably just an old o ring mashed to the shape of the recess in the housing

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To get to the 8mm flange bolts, you have to pull the filter, then the pressure sender, then the hose fitting. Once I got inside, I realized that somehow this seems to be a different part. There is no o-ring. There is a beveled gasket that fits between the housing and the flange.

First attempt to work on the truck in 5 months. It's now just bleeding all over the garage, and I have this feeling that I am in for another shock to my wallet before I can even get back to trying to put it back together.

Ideas?
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Gasket ERR3283, what made you think that there is an Oring there??
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Ren Ching, I hope you are right about the old flat o-ring! I have to order a different one anyway, the one I have (ECR5913) is not the right size -- too big. Go figure... another bad/wrong part.

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The leak is coming from where the #3 is = waxstat adapter. I think you must be referring to where the adapter housing fits to the block.

I have to put it back together as is and wait for the right o-ring. Not sure why this one is wrong, but I don't think it is supposed to have 1/2 inch of gap around when fitted.
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Just take the waxstst housing part to any motor factors and get a viton o seal. The old seal beveled as the filter housing is chamfered for the o ring to sit in.
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