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Where is the oil filter for 1998 e320 Mercedes Benz

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This car does not use the common "spin on" style oil filter. It uses a cartridge style (common back in the 1950s and 60s) style oil filter. The filter housing is located on the top front of the engine on the driver's side. The filter element is accessed by removing the black plastic top of the filter housing. Wrap a rag around the plastic top and very carefully use a pair of slip joint ( aka Channelloc) pliers to remove the top of the housing. It is a normal right hand thread and screws off. The filter element is found inside.
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