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Old 10-29-2007, 08:48 PM
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Oil pressure feed.

Does anyone out there know where is an easy place to get an oil pressure feed down low on the engine. I want to install my new bypass oil filter by coast. I have found a good place on the passenger side frame rail to mount the filter. I plan on returning oil back directly to the pan. My quick underside inspection didn't reveal any obvious oil pressure port. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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On my 96 obs i removed a threaded plug above the oil filter for the feed line. Maybe there is a similar plug on the 6.4?
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