Range of Spin-Draw-Wind Lines for polypropylene multifilament yarn offer compact and flexible solutions for varied applications.
These machines are capable of producing medium to high tenacity air intermingled yarns for sewing threads (Woven Sacks & FIBC’s), webbings & slings, braids & ropes and a variety of technical textiles.
Beginning in 2012, the V6 engine (RPOs LFW, LFX, LLT) available in 2012-2016 Enclave, La Crosse; 2012 SRX; 2013-2016 SRX, XTS; 2012-2013 Captiva (VIN L), Impala; 2012-2016 Equinox, Traverse; 2014-2016 Captiva (VIN L), Impala (VIN W), Impala (VIN (1); and 2012-2016 Acadia and Terrain (excluding police vehicles with RPO 9C1, 9C3) was redesigned with tighter engine tolerances.
The oil pressure was increased to accommodate these tighter tolerances.
As a result, the oil filter specifications of the production oil filter and the service oil filter were also improved to meet the new engine requirements.
When servicing these V6 engines, it’s important to use the recommended replacement ACDelco PF63E oil filter (GM #19330000) (Fig.
14) to ensure proper engine oil filtration and engine performance.
Fig 14 These V6 engines are factory built with an ACDelco PF64 oil filter, which may be confused with the ACDelco PF48 oil filter because both oil filters have the same appearance and oil can size.
However, these two oil filters have different internal specifications.
The OEM PF64 oil filter has a much higher bypass valve rating that matches the service oil filter requirement of the PF63E, which was specifically chosen to match the performance demands of these engines.
The ACDelco PF64 oil filter installed by the factory meets the specifications of the ACDelco PF63E, but due to the length of the ACDelco PF63E oil filter can, the engine plant cannot build with it because it currently interferes with the assembly line process.
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