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Old 04-11-2005, 09:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys

Can any body instruct how properly replace oil filter housing on E39.
I wana do it myself, should be not much complicated.

Any reply will highly appriciated.
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i'm assuming you have a V-8? and are you actually replacing the housing or just the rubber mounts on the housing?
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You need to give more info i.e. what are you actually replacing and what engine i.e. M number, or if you don't know it state the capacity in cc and number of cylinder and I'll tell you the M number
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You need to give more info i.e. what are you actually replacing and what engine i.e. M number, or if you don't know it state the capacity in cc and number of cylinder and I'll tell you the M number
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It is E39 1997 production 6-V and I amtrying to replase oil filter housing because there some licking of oil from the buttom.


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