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Old 04-16-2018, 12:46 PM   #12433
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$13 each? Ouch. I am fine with stock ones. Lol
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Old 04-16-2018, 12:51 PM   #12434
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$13 each? Ouch. I am fine with stock ones. Lol
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Old 04-16-2018, 12:53 PM   #12435
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Does anyone what bulb does the side marker use on the BRZ? I put some LED ones in, and they flicker. Just gonna get halogen to replace it.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I have a ton left if you want me to bring this weekend. Ed has some too since we both did the same thing.
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I have a ton left if you want me to bring this weekend. Ed has some too since we both did the same thing.
Thanks. I am not sure if I want the LED look on the side markers. I bought some 50 bulbs kit on eBay for $7.
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Old 04-19-2018, 02:28 PM   #12437
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I don't know why I am overthinking this, but can I remove the oil filter tomorrow (gotta clean the area) and then reinstall it? I don't need to put a new filter on, correct? I can just remove and reinstall the current filter?
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I don't know why I am overthinking this, but can I remove the oil filter tomorrow (gotta clean the area) and then reinstall it? I don't need to put a new filter on, correct? I can just remove and reinstall the current filter?
Context? Did you do a oil change without changing the filter?

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I don't know why I am overthinking this, but can I remove the oil filter tomorrow (gotta clean the area) and then reinstall it? I don't need to put a new filter on, correct? I can just remove and reinstall the current filter?
Yeah, it's fine. I've done it before. Only thing I would look out for is possible leaks but it should be fine if tightened down correctly.
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The context is that I'm taking apart the oil cooler stack to clean up spilled oil from it leaking again. Going to torque the center bolt to 25lbs this time.

Winter, by "tightened down correctly", I'm assuming you just mean lubing the o-ring and then screwing on the oil filter hand tight/snug as you normally would?

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Yeah, it's fine. I've done it before. Only thing I would look out for is possible leaks but it should be fine if tightened down correctly.
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Winter, by "tightened down correctly", I'm assuming you just mean lubing the o-ring and then screwing on the oil filter hand tight/snug as you normally would?
Yep, I have had no issues reusing an oil filter when making adjustments with oil cooler etc.
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I don't know why I am overthinking this, but can I remove the oil filter tomorrow (gotta clean the area) and then reinstall it? I don't need to put a new filter on, correct? I can just remove and reinstall the current filter?


I've done the same without issue.
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aaaaaaaaaand my finger nail just came off. Fingers look weird without a nail. lol. And with that said, I'm going to bed.
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aaaaaaaaaand my finger nail just came off. Fingers look weird without a nail. lol. And with that said, I'm going to bed.
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lol, was planning on taking one later.

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