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Could exchanging the original motorcraft fl820s oil filter by an ac delco pf1250 cause serious engine damage on a 2004 5-4 liter Triton - oil pressure is now too low to adjust variable valve timing?

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2007-01-10 00:35:17
2007-01-10 00:35:17

2004 FORD V8 5.4L 330cid GAS EFI VIN = L Changing from a Motorcraft FL820S to a Acdelco PF1250 Should not have effected your ability to adjust the variable valve timing.
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