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I am trying to find the location of the oil filter for a 2005 buick allure.

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If a 6 cylander,then under the front of car,there is a hose that leads to under front bumper. this hose leads to the oil filter its called an external filter system,and looked for mine on my blazer for a bit as im used to all oil filters being moumted on the block.

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