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Where is the oil filter located and how do i get to it??? 1994 bmw 740 il

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I made a picture locating the oil filter buy it at autozone u need to either buy or borrow a tool from the to take it off its a socket i forgot what size i think 22mm but not sure here it is good luck.Where is the oil filter located and how do i get - 10b2996.jpg

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