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#1 (permalink) Old 10-06-2003, 07:10 PM
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its a long story but i think theres to much oil half a quart to much in my 325i is there a way to get som out besides draining it? because wouldn't it go to quick for only like half a quart?

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its a long story but i think theres to much oil half a quart to much in my 325i is there a way to get som out besides draining it? because wouldn't it go to quick for only like half a quart?
And if it does refill it..


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of new or the stuff that already in there

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used Yea what Ski said, but if you wanna be picky, just undue the drain plug a little untill it starts to ooozzz out!

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lol....what he said is good....

but blitz....my avatar pwnz yourz...

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alright i checked again its fine but when i was taking the plug out none comes out until the plug is all the way out oh yeah btw Asio your pic rules

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Asio, you win no contest

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