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Can someone help me with a simple question... One of our crew members unhooked the oil lines to this CBM remote filter adapter. The adapter is not marked with in/out and the lines are interchangeable so we're not sure which goes where. Can one of you guys tell me which port is the outlet to the remote filter? The CBM instructions don't specify... Thanks!

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You probably need to see which one pumps oil out and which one doesnt by turning over or running the engine. Or PM Slipper P here on RDC. He has the "engine porn" thread going. Or you can ask "green"
 

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out is in , in is out, ie the fitting in the center was always outflo, and the fitting off set to the out side was in flo, but double flo check Your lines!and double check advice on open forums( many engines have been f'ed up from plumbing issues!!
 
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Can someone help me with a simple question... One of our crew members unhooked the oil lines to this CBM remote filter adapter. The adapter is not marked with in/out and the lines are interchangeable so we're not sure which goes where. Can one of you guys tell me which port is the outlet to the remote filter? The CBM instructions don't specify... Thanks!

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Center port is oil (in) side port is oil (out)
 

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Here is a drawing, courtesy of Erik Irvine.
EcoTecs will only run for a couple minutes with the oil lines hooked up backwards.
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Can someone help me with a simple question... One of our crew members unhooked the oil lines to this CBM remote filter adapter. The adapter is not marked with in/out and the lines are interchangeable so we're not sure which goes where. Can one of you guys tell me which port is the outlet to the remote filter? The CBM instructions don't specify... Thanks!

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What is your part #? Center is marked as in. Likely blocked by the fittings.

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Not to sound like a smart@$$ but did you take a picture before you took it apart? We always did that in parts we hadn’t taken apart that often until we knew.
 

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Thanks guys, between this thread and Steve Tyo's help we got it nailed down. If there's an "In" marking it is hidden under the fittings for sure.

Not to sound like a smart@$$ but did you take a picture before you took it apart? We always did that in parts we hadn’t taken apart that often until we knew.

No, because we had some new guys helping out that day and they didn't realize they needed to document that. Lesson learned...
 

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Thanks guys, between this thread and Steve Tyo's help we got it nailed down. If there's an "In" marking it is hidden under the fittings for sure.



No, because we had some new guys helping out that day and they didn't realize they needed to document that. Lesson learned...
Scribe the fittings with an engraver.
 
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