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    4tec oil plastic cap

    Hi friends,

    I bought a 2002 gtx 4tec to repair en when i bought it filter cap was removed and i don't know how exactly go because I put it of some way and when I start the gtx is oil leaking so would like to know if somebody can help me of how mount it because I didn't found in shop manual.

    I know that the best option is update to aluminum cap but here is not easy to found and would like mount it until i can buy a aluminiun cap




    Showing parts numbers I thing the O-ring is the narrower one but I don't know about position

    Thank you so much
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeTe View Post
    Hi friends,

    I bought a 2002 gtx 4tec to repair en when i bought it filter cap was removed and i don't know how exactly go because I put it of some way and when I start the gtx is oil leaking so would like to know if somebody can help me of how mount it because I didn't found in shop manual.

    I know that the best option is update to aluminum cap but here is not easy to found and would like mount it until i can buy a aluminiun cap




    Showing parts numbers I thing the O-ring is the narrower one but I don't know about position

    Thank you so much
    If the design never changed the big O ring goes on the bottom position and the thin O ring goes towards the top .

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR2006RXP View Post
    If the design never changed the big O ring goes on the bottom position and the thin O ring goes towards the top .
    I think you are saying de aliminun cap, but this is the first model (plastic) and I think that only go with 1 o-ring

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeTe View Post
    I think you are saying de aliminun cap, but this is the first model (plastic) and I think that only go with 1 o-ring

    Thank you!
    You are correct just 1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DR2006RXP View Post
    You are correct just 1.
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    Thank you so much. I didn't found any photo.
    I try to put in that position but was impossible so I will have a aluminium cap

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    plastic cap uses one bigger o-ring at the top

    but take it from me, you do NOT want to be using that oil cap

    you can order a new cap right on the forum store, and as a bonus it has the new bolt system that makes removing it a breeze.

    hint for newbies- you put a screwdriver to the cap to remove it and the word butthurt won't begin to describe the problems you'll have

    again, do what the captain suggests

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