Parts.com® is the largest online marketplace for Original Equipment Manufacturer "OEM" Parts and Accessories. We carry over 100 different automotive catalogs which feature genuine factory products supplied through our National Dealership Network. 80 GM28351 Element, oil filter 1 1 81 GM38681 Fitting, oil filter 1 1 82 GM38682 Sprocket, water pump (not shown) 1 1 83 GM38683 Plug, water pump hole 1 1 86 GM38684 Valve, oil filter bypass 1 1 91 GM38685 Bolt, flywheel 6 6 93 GM38686 Gear, ring (part of item 99) 1 1 97 GM38687 Pin 2 2 99 GM38688 Flywheel 1 1 101 GM38689 Bolt, water pump cover 3 3 22. Oil Filter: This is the component that will be replaced every time the engine oil is changed. The job of an oil filter is to remove contaminants from the engine oil. It is a cheap component but an engine will never last for long without having an oil filter. This labeled diagram of car engine is a very basic and simple one. You can go to just about any part store and buy a remote filter kit but they will most likely have to order it. Mr. Gasket makes the kit and it's about $20. You can go the their website to get the part number. The oil lines will not come with it. The kit will mount to your fire wall or fender, not the manifold. Oil Pan / Filter / Adapter / Dipstick: The 350/290 HP engine block has provisions for both right-hand and left-hand dipsticks. The 350/290 HP engine includes a 4-quart oil pan Part number 10066039 which has the “double bump out” for both dipstick designs.