What would cause a 99 Ford 2.5 4 cylinder to keep blowing the oil filter seal and losing all the oil is a schnauzer

Asked by GuruLQ4V6 Apr 15, 2019 at 12:17 PM about the 1999 Mazda B-Series

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Put new head on 99 Ford 2.5 four
cylinder problem is it runs well for
a little while and then it blows the
oil seal off the filter and I lose all
the oil what is the problem please
help me

3 Answers

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Sounds like excessive oil pressure. The head or head gasket is covering up a oil supply passage to the upper engine or you didn't clean the gasket from the oil filter sealing surface. I hope this helps. Take care.

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Thanks Mike but are those the only things that can cause the oil pressure to build up like that cuz I really don't want to have to pull the head off again

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It probably didn't blow that gasket prior to you changing the head. Find the oil pressure sending unit and replace it with a mechanical gauge and check pressure first. Then remove and compare with old gasket and head. That's all I have, maybe someone else is checking questions today an have a better idea.

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