The gaskets on most oil filters is bonded to it and, while it may be possible replace it, it's probably cheaper and certainly easier just to buy a new filter with it's own new gasket attached.
If by 'oil filter housing' what is meant is what the oil filter is attached to on the engine, usually this is machined into the engine block and there is no gasket to remove unless the oil filter gasket has unbonded from the filter and stuck to the block.
depending on vehicle. I have a for 2003 Ford Exp. and it is mounted with 4 bolts. on the same mount there is an approx 2" hose ,coolant presumably, that attaches as well.
On a Jeep 4.0L for example, you use a t60 torx to remove the center bolt. You then replace the three o-rings and reinstall.
You have to take the glove box right out, there is a filter housing behind it that is not visible with the glove box still in
It's behind the glovebox. open the glovebox and remove the retaining clips that prevent it from opening all the way. You can then see the filter housing behind the glovebox.
Open and empty the glovebox - remove the restraints that keep it from falling down - drop the box to its lowest level and it will reveal the filter housing located right behind it - remove the filter housing and replace the filter - reassemble in reverse order.
This is one of the most inane questions I have seen on this board. However, here it is. Locate the filter housing right behind the battery. loosen the clips(or bolts, depending on model year) around the housing. Lift the housing and remove the filter. Feeling really stupid yet???
It is behind the throttle body on air filter housing. At 2 o'clock of the air filter housing,
Under the hood in the air filter housing. The cabin filter is behind the glove box.
Yes it has a filter. Find the intake and follow the tube backward to the filter housing. The filter is inside this housing. Addition: The air filter housing is (when standing in front of the vehicle) directly behind the battery. There are 4 screws, one on each corner, on the housing that need removed to access the filter.
The pollen filter is located under the bonnet behind the wiper control arms. To get to it you will need to take the panel off at the top of the engine bay to access the cavity behind the wiper arms, then simply pull out the filter and housing, remove the paper filter from the housing, insert new filter and replace housing and panel.
Pass side behind air filter housing
oil filter is located under hood behind the air filter housing.
The 2002 Buick air filter housing is located on the top of the engine. Remove the air filter housing cover. The air filter simply lifts out. Drop a new air filter in and replace the air filter housing to its original position.
loosen the screws on the square air filter housing under the hood. Move cover off housing. remove air filter.
Remove the top to the air filter housing. The air filter housing can be found in the engine compartment. The air filter will easily lift out. Put the new air filter in.
Open the glove box. Press on the sides of the box and release it from the catches allowing it to drop down. This will expose the housing for the A/C-heater filter which is behind it.
depending on your vehicle, the housing is whear your oil filter screws into. remove oil filter and thi should reveal 3 or 4 bolts in the side of housing remove bolts should come off no problems replace seal behind housing reverse process
It is usually in the carburetor. Take the fuel line off and unscrew the fitting. It should be sitting in the housing with a spring behind it.
top center of engine under/behind air filter housing
Check for any electrical connecter behind the fuel filter housing. Check for bare wiring / shorts, exc. this may cause a short and been near the fuel filter housing it may cause fire. Be very careful and look for anything out of place/ or any thing advised.
It's caused by engine blow by, there should be a filter in the housing that you can change. It's usually located on the side of the housing and it should have a hose running to the valve cover.
Which filter housing? Air filter, oil filter, fuel filter?
This cartridge type oil filter housing is located just behind the dipstick. See sources and related links (below) to see the Equinox forum with a pictorial oil and filter change.
The filter is in a filter housing. Remove the plug in the bottom of the housing. The filter housing is then loosened using a specific wrench for that housing type.
couple of inches behind oil filter housing
Look under and behind the air filter housing.
On my 98 Ford Expedition the oil filter is located on the driver side behind the front bumper.