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Hi guys,

Sorry for the absolute dummy's guide question but can anyone identify the component highlighted below.

I have a broke bracket that needs replacing, which is hard to do if you dont know what it is !

It is a silver cylinder with Max 25nM on the hex "lid", with 2 great big braided hoses coming off the bottom and down the LH side of the engine.

Car is, 2004 Range Rover SE V8 petrol.

Vehicle Car Vehicle door Auto part Automotive exterior


Apologies for the stolen photo !

Many thanks
 

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It's the oil filter housing, be careful with it. I've heard of people who's oil filter housing fall down and made a lot of mess.
At one of those videos from Atlantic British I learned that a couple of rubber supports must be reviewed in high mileage range rovers because they worn up.

Rubber support number: LYD000010
Auto part Suspension part Screw

https://www.roverparts.com/Parts/LYD000010OEM
 

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Failed mounts come from the lid not being properly torqued... over tightened. When the next unsuspecting person that changes the oil and filter doesn't support the filter housing, and can't get the lid off, the old rubber mounts just rip free.
 
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