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What size wrench do need for oil drain plug for a 1150 BMW?

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  • johnhwrighta Jun 25, 2009

    allen wrench or socket?

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15mm

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  • k100rs Mar 27, 2011

    Engineoil drain plug is an 8mm allen wrench.

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