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Tina Meyer

pontiac catalina help needed

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Need help....catalina has an oil filter canister on passenger side up by radiator....can u tell me hownit works and where I can get the filter which seems to look like a roll of paper....just got it it was my husbands dads and has been sitting for years....appreciate any help...thanks

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What year? Engine?

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Think its a '59 from their profile but ???



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There should be two lines coming off of it. One is going to feed the filter and one is going to send it back to the engine. This will move the oil via the oil pump. Usually this was classified as a pre filter and there maybe another one located on the block.



http://www.summitracing.com/parts/wix-51121/applications/year/1959/model/catalina?prefilter=1


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The year and, if possible, the engine size is needed here to help answer the question Tina. You should be able to get that from the owner's manual. The owner's manual will also tell you what AC brand filter you need. Given that we can find the correct replacement. Still know the model year and engine size is what we need ot start with.



A picture or two would greatly help as well.


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