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The rubber o-ring is sealing the filter when attached
"... Screwing in the new filter could lead to oil spilling from it in case you filled it too much, so either empty it a bit and wipe it clean, or use some rags. Either way it can become a little messy, but that's no drama. Use your hand to get the new filter in place. It should be easy to twist until it reaches the engine. Bear in mind that over-tightening the oil filter can damage the thread or the very rubber gasket and lead to leaks. A good hand tightening is enough in..." Continue Reading →
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