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      02-11-2013, 04:07 PM   #1
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STETT Oil Cooler question

I had no idea where to post this, but I figure most of the people that own these are on this page.

My dealer is telling me I have an oil leak coming from the stett oil filter housing plate. I do not have the thermostat FYI. I did not install it, Chad did. Is the gasket a Stett gasket or the normal oem gasket behind the plate?

I assume this is an easy repair once I have the proper gasket. I would think I should do an oil change at the same time to limit the mess.
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I had no idea where to post this, but I figure most of the people that own these are on this page.

My dealer is telling me I have an oil leak coming from the stett oil filter housing plate. I do not have the thermostat FYI. I did not install it, Chad did. Is the gasket a Stett gasket or the normal oem gasket behind the plate?

I assume this is an easy repair once I have the proper gasket. I would think I should do an oil change at the same time to limit the mess.
I have the Stett plate too, but I have no idea. I had it installed at Stett. When you find out, please post, I'd like to know too if I get a leak there.
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I would assume so. Their plate replaces the half of the housing that the oil lines go to.
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Turns out the dealership wasn't quite correct. The thermo gasket isn't the one leaking- they were just looking to avoid the repair under warranty. I took the car back to the dealership and had a tech and my SA look over the car. They both agreed no oil was coming from behind stett's plate. Going in monday to replace the standard filter housing gasket.
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