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I have put a BMW oil filter in my Mazda atenza car is not going to affect my car please I need u advice.....

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No problem its only a filter and the same filter could be used on as many as 20 or more different makes of vehicle

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SOURCE: How do I change oil filter cartridge on 1995 BMW 325is?

Those Bmws have a canister filter that is notorious for breaking. To get the top of it is best to use a band filter wrench and hold the canister with large channel wrench while taking the top off. Also check inside the housing to make sur none of the lower gaskets are not stuck in the bottom of the canister. O yeah I work at one of those non Bmw oil change places. If they cannot tell you how many quarts of oil your car takes they probably haven't worked on many and you should leave.

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SOURCE: need to change the oil and oil filter

try this website to see if they have your car listed its www.autozone.com and another one is www.alldatadiy.com and if they do you be able to get diagrams and pictures showing you how to do repairs on your car. and i hope i have been some help to you Michigan Man.

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SOURCE: Where is the oil filter?

the oil filter is under the back seat, your going to have to unbolt the back seat and is under the left side by the gas tank. the oil weight to use is 10w40. good luck

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A oil change in my area is about $25.00. A filter for my car is about $6.00. Oil is about $1.50 a quart. A oil filter tool is about $4.50. A oil catch pan is about $2.00.

You asked for my advice ... here it is: I'm not going to spend an hour crawling under my car and get dirty for the $5.00 'savings' I might achieve to be stuck with five quarts of dirty oil that I cannot dispose of.

If you are not convinced, the oil filter on your car is probably toward the rear of the engine, normally white. It will look like a small or large soda can (it will be 1/2 quart size or 1 quart size). They come in two 'standard' sizes but are not interchangable. You will need a wrench for the your sized filter. The oil drain is on the bottom of the oil pan. You will likely have to jack your car up and properly support it (dont trust the jack) so you can get under it to remove the drain. I dont know if yours is metric or USA size plug. You will want to take a collection of wrenches or sockets with you ... probably 11,12,13,14 MM and 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8 wrenches or sockets, which ever you prefer. BE @!%@ careful you dont strip the plug when you put it back - that will add probably $75.00 to the cost of your oil change.

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I would first clean up the oil around the housing with brake cleaner. Take the car for a quick run and see where the oil is coming from.

If the housing looks good, then simply take the cap off of the oil filter housing. Remove the existing filter and discard the o-rings. Make sure you lubricate the new o-rings with some oil before installation. This could be why it is leaking now. It may have been overlooked.

Once the o-ring is seated drop in the new filter and replace the housing cap. Tighten the cap to 18 ft lbs. Start the engine, making sure the warning light goes out, showing you have oil pressure.

If your oil is that new then I would not bother with a changeover.

I hope this helps. It is an easy filter to change. BMW doesn't make too many things easy.

Good luck

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