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I have bmw 325ie90 model 2006 and i want to change the oil engine so how many gallons it need

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YOU HAVE E46 MODEL 325I 325XI 325CI 325IC E90 MODELS YOU HAVE E90 - 335I 335XI 328I I DID NOT SEE 325IE 90 MODEL.I WILL GET BACK TO YOU.

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  • Jonah Oneal Oct 24, 2010

    YOU NEED 6.9 QUARTS WITH NEW OIL FILTER.

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