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    Default Bijur Oil Pump Filter Assembly Order

    At one time, I found a post that said the oil pump filters were assembled felt/large screen/small screen or felt/small screen/large screen.

    Unfortunately, I can not find that post, so I need help.

    What is the order of assembly for the Bijur oil pump filter?

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    In my head I would go from the outside to the inside with coarse screen, fine screen, felt. Get the rocks out first, then the sand, then the silt.

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    At one time, I found a post that said the oil pump filters were assembled felt/large screen/small screen or felt/small screen/large screen.

    Unfortunately, I can not find that post, so I need help.

    What is the order of assembly for the Bijur oil pump filter?

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    I recall it being
    Corse screen,felt,fine screen.
    Fine screen on first nearest to the pump.
    Ron

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    From pump side, course screen (as support for fine screen and filter) then fine screen, then filter. Oil passes through filter first, then fine screen, then course screen. The course screen is not used to screen material rather to support the fine screen and filter from collapsing into pump.

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    Thanks WillWilly, that is what I remembered.

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    Agreed, after I thought about it a minute the coarse screen is to support the felt/filter.


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