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 I found an oil leak a week ago or so. The bolts around the oil filter adapter/cooler were a touch loose. Today I removed the oil filter to gain access and checked them all. A few of them I got a 1/4 turn on till tight. I know they should be torqued but I don't own an inch/lb wrench.......yet.

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Well this way we stay on top of things instead if being them other guys that one just called me and said " hey buddy's car ran low on oil and it's knocking, do you think it'll be ok?" Lol I asked what car, it's some sonata pos, told him they better of finding a used engine then try to fix that garbage. Amazes me that so many that don't have much money are so lazy to check something simple like oil to avoid these types of situations. 

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