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E7 350 Oil Filter Question


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That's the "Centrimax" bypass type oil filter.

Yes, it needs to be changed too, Mack recommends changing it at every oil change, I used to change the spin on filters every change, and the centrimax every other oil change.

You take off that rubber hose on the bottom, use a filter wrench to remove the canister (put the filter wrench at the bottom of the canister to avoid crushing or deforming it).

Throw out the element, wash out the canister and place a new element in it, and a new O ring at the top of the canister and reinstall.

If that rubber hose looks sh*tty, replace it with a new one.


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