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Old 26-08-2006, 21:31   #1
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Yanmar Oil Filters

Does anyone have a listing of all the different Brands and Part #s for replacement Oil Filters for a Yanmar 3GM30? The reason I ask is because I have access to about a 100 Fleetguard #LF3591 oil filters and am praying they fit my Yanmar 3GM30.

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Old 27-08-2006, 12:39   #2
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Mike&Liza,

Not sure about which oil filters that used to fit my 3GM30F... however I am pleased to discover that our new 4JH3E uses the same oil filters Honda cars have used since 1972 & Subarus since 1987.

Again - I don't recall what the 3GM30 uses... but I've cross referenced the ones used on our new engine as follows:

YANMAR p/n - 11966035150
FRAM p/n - PH3593A
PUROLATOR p/n - PL14459
AC DELCO p/n - PF1127
WIX p/n - 51334
AMSOL p/n - EA020

Hope this may help.

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Old 27-08-2006, 16:44   #3
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Thats the the GM series numbers.
The JH should use a 128 or 129 number. I can't remember it but I'll post tommorow when I go to the shop.
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JH engines use a 129150-35152 oil filter
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replacement filter Yanmar 4JH3-TE

I have read with interest your reply to the post and the reply of Island Marine
My engine uses either the Yanmar 129150-35151 old style which is now replaced by the more recent 35152
The cross reference you gave is for a 119660 not a 129150 I do not know if it makes a difference. I have been trying to cross reference the 129150-35151 0r 35152 without success. Could you let me know how I cdould do it.
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cross referenced the ones used on our new engine as follows:

YANMAR p/n - 11966035150
FRAM p/n - PH3593A
PUROLATOR p/n - PL14459
AC DELCO p/n - PF1127
WIX p/n - 51334
AMSOL p/n - EA020

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