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Old 12-13-2014, 04:16 PM   #1
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OFHG - Video How To DIY

Hello All -

Yes, I know this entire video is in German -- but I have yet to see an English speaking video go into the detail that these videos have on how to replace this gasket.

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e46 Oil Filter Housing Gasket OFHG DIY replacement swap how to do it yourself

Here is part 1;

Here is part 2;

These videos aren't entertaining to watch -- but if you are kind alike "Hey I am 98% sure I can do this, but I'd like to make this as idiot proof as possible" these videos are worth less than half an hour of our time -- even if you don't understand it.

Wenn du die Videos verstehen kannst, geil! Ich hoffe, dass du die Infos dadrin benutzen kannst.

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Old 12-17-2014, 02:21 AM   #2
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Here is a very thorough video in english:

I personally liked this video more. I followed this video:

Both videos are worth a watch. The top one gives some good tops on putting the alternator back in and the bottom one is pretty entertaining yet informative.

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