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Old 03-31-2009, 01:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Which one is the Correct Fuel Filter?

I'm Planning to change my fuel filter and when I look online, it gives me two different looks of fuel filter. so I don't know which one is the right one. I have a 1995 325is. and I'm gonna attach the pics. so which one is the correct fuel filter for my 1995 325is? Filter 1 (the long one) or Filter 2 (shorter but bulky)

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my names jeff from fcpgroton.com and the right fuel filter for your e36 would be the one on the left with the part number of 13321740985. i have those in stock if you wanna give me a call the number is 8776340063 ext 214
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i think that you should look under the car and see what filter you have on your car,because i have a 95 325is also and mine has the filter on the left(the long one)...filter is located on the driver side front almost under the front seat under a plastic cover
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i also have a 325 is and i just replaced my it was the long one but i would agree with post befor take a look frist because 95 was a split year.
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Ok, thank you guys. I found my filter and it is the long one too. now I gotta return the short fat filter to napa. thanks again
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