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Mini Cooper Oil Filter & Drain Plugs 6-pk Oem Gen1 R50 R52 R53

Mini Cooper Oil Filter & Drain Plugs 6-pk Oem Gen1 R50 R52 R53

Mini Cooper Oil Filter & Drain Plugs 6-pk Oem Gen1 R50 R52 R53
Part No: NMK1178
SALE Price $99.95
Was: $113.40
You save: $13.45
If you regularly change the oil in your MINI, here is a money saving package with 6 factory original oil filters, 6 O-rings, and 6 drain plugs with washer.

For 2002-2006 R50 MINI Cooper and R53 Cooper S Hatchback or 2005-2008 R52 MINI Cooper and S Convertibles

NOTE: The hole at the bottom of the oil filter will appear much smaller than the shaft in the filter base - this is NORMAL and CORRECT. If you press the filter into the base, the hole will 'stretch' over the shaft. This is a design feature to ensure a tight seal so the oil does not bypass the filter.

To order a single filter, see NMK1078.

To reset the oil change interval in your MINI, see oil service reset.

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Frequently, the canister cover will be very difficult to break free.  Use a breaker bar with CAUTION!  You may need a low profile' socket due to the limited space available. If you loosen the filter canister cover enough to break the seal, it will help drain the oil from the filter as you drain the oil pan.  Less mess later! When replacing the O-ring, save the old one just in case (will explain later). When replacing the O-ring on the canister cover, make sure you lubricate the O-ring with PLENTY of fresh oil before you install it, and lubricate again after it is in place.  If you fail to do this, the O-ring will bunch up and cause a leak! The new oil filter should be 'pre-seated' into the base and cover before installation.  Take the filter (plastic side down) and press firmly into the base until it is fully seated.  Remove and do the same into the cannister cover.  This reduces the resistance from initial seating.  You can leave the filter seated into the cover and screw the cover back onto the base, or you can leave the filter in the base fully seated and screw the cover back onto the base.
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