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The filter is in the oil pan. you may need a special tool to remove it. Cast aluminum cover. The new filter should come with a new seal.

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It's listed in your owner's manual. Schedule A is normal driving conditions.
SCHEDULE "A"
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Hi

The light and buzzer are indicating low oil pressure and therefor if there is enough oil in th engine then you should have the oil pressure tested because you could have, amingst other things, a worn oil pump, a clogged strainer or a sticking oil filter check valve

Maybe you could try an oil and filter change using a good quality oil filter?

Very best regards

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