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    should there be any sludge when checking the condition of oil filter

    +1  Views: 330 Answers: 2 Posted: 12 years ago

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    You really shouldn't have to ask that question.  Common sense tells you the filter needs to be changed, along with the oil.  Get to it.

    If you have a white foam/sludge in the filter you have a blown headgasket.



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