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Old 01-26-2013, 03:39 PM
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IPR Coolant Filter Canister

Anyone have theirs leak here?

From my understanding this is where the Canister can be taken apart.

Mine was just installed and it's leaking right there. Anyone else experiance this?

Do I dare try to tighten it right there?

Any details on how the canister is supposed to come apart, including pictures would be apprecaited.
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This is the thread I am using for the information posted above, but how the media comes out is not clear to me.

IPR High Flow Coolant Filter Not Another Bypass
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I dont have much experience with this, but I think the mating joint is closer to the filter housing (where the round part meets the square part)
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Either the gasket isn't seated right or it needs tightened. I had one do that and it just needed to be tighter.
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the knurled portion you say is leaking, is where you seperated to clean the fliter, it is all o-ring seals. just give it a good hand squeeze.
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Yes, I talked with Vince and was able to get it apart using strap wrenches. It is a metric o ring, but the specs were not available at the time I was speaking with him. It was late Saturday, so that is more then understandable.

Hoping to get the specs from him at the latest Monday, so a new one can be purchased and the truck can be put back into service. Until then I am sitting and waiting. Can't make money sitting.
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Yes, I talked with Vince and was able to get it apart using strap wrenches. It is a metric o ring, but the specs were not available at the time I was speaking with him. It was late Saturday, so that is more then understandable.

Hoping to get the specs from him at the latest Monday, so a new one can be purchased and the truck can be put back into service. Until then I am sitting and waiting. Can't make money sitting.
He told you he couldn't spec the o-ring? That doesn't sound right. Ask him for the o-ring supplier and have them spec it.
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He told you he couldn't spec the o-ring? That doesn't sound right. Ask him for the o-ring supplier and have them spec it.
He said the specs were at his office. I understand that as it was about 6pm CST on Saturday.
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Now that makes sense!!
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Are you sure it's leaking from there and not just following that path? What I'm getting at is I see you have it mounted upside down, if the fittings were leaking it would flow down the canister like that.
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