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Old 01-08-2006, 02:33 PM   #35
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1998 Legacy 2.5GT
Silver Sleeper Wagon


Originally Posted by Patrick Olsen
Well, really, if you put the filter on correctly, you should be able to take it off by hand.
Actually, the ONLY time I need a tool to remove an oil filter is when someone else replaced it last.
Either they overtorque it, or they didn't put oil on the seal prior to installing it.
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