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Old 07-30-2008, 09:13 AM
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I have a brand new gen vi 502 and gm has two oil bypass valves in the engine one on the filter pad and the other in the center in side where the filter adaptor or oil remote filter and cooler housing would bolt up to the block do I run them both or remove them and block just the one on the filter pad on the block?
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Hello Guys,
I have a brand new gen vi 502 and gm has two oil bypass valves in the engine one on the filter pad and the other in the center in side where the filter adaptor or oil remote filter and cooler housing would bolt up to the block do I run them both or remove them and block just the one on the filter pad on the block?
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I blocked mine off,even bought new ones,desided not to
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Strip, what did you use as a plug? Thanks
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A nickel works well with a little grinding.
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Its like a freeze plug, I cant remmeber the size it might be in my Thread, or pm Mikes280 he knows off the top of his head the size,I put some locktite on it.Its alittle hard to start.Hope that helps.Rob
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