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Update on buck and jerk issue....sears is getting a phone call tomorrow.

So after weeks of searching for and issue that apparently didn't the computers said nothing was wrong...I decided to change the oil. Dropped the oil out and then pulled the cap off of the oil filter housing and guess what....pieces of plastic gone from the top of the filter and a large chunk off plastic missing from what I can tell is not a stock cap or filter...check it out. And the plastic...??? Down the hatchUpdate on buck and jerk issue....sears is getting a phone call tomorrow.-uploadfromtaptalk1331088327855.jpgClick image for larger version

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Lord only knows where all those pieces may be or how small some of the are now.
Hopefully the HPOP screen is intact and caught most of it. I hate to say it but I would seriously consider pulling the oil cooler and suck out the resivoir and get all the plastic out you can then flush the heck out of the system. May be even disassemble each component of the HP oil system. Lots of work I know but if fine particles work thru the system you can wind up haveing to change injectors or plug up the oil galleries


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Pretty sure sears gunna pay for this one......

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Shure hope so cause yer looking at $1000.00's of dollars in man hours.


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Can't wait to deal with that tomorrow ... super

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Has anybody seen this before????

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Never seen anything like that. Is that a Motorcraft filter or some other brand name?

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Oh I have a motorcraft filter I bought yesterday and it is definitely not stock filter or cap. But the cap was reused by sears they only replaced the filter as far as I know. But I would think if it looked that way when they changed the oil 5 or 6 weeks ago that they would notice if it was broken and pieces of plastic in there.

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Sears is gunna cover everything they said...

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