where is the oil filter located on a 2003 saturn l300 with the 3.0 v6

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Asked by May 12, 2012 at 09:16 PM about the Saturn L300

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"The Saturn L300 uses an oil filter element rather than a typical canlike filter that most other cars use. You'll need to look for the filter-housing cap to find the filter element, which is held within a cartridge. The filter-housing cap would appear rounded with a six-sided top. You'll find it on the side of your L300's engine block."

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do you know what size wrench is needed to remove it?

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32mm socket, but you need a special low profile one specifically made for removing the cap. Here is a link... http://www.amazon.com/Lisle-14700-Canister-Socket-Ecotec/dp/B0009OMYAQ

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The container is located on the front of the engine on an L300 with a 3.0 liter engine. One acceses it from below, near the radiator. The cap nut is NOT 32mm. It's more like 15/16. However, there's a 3/8 hole in it so one can just insert a 3/8 in socket wrench in it to remove the cap and access the filter. You don't need any special tool. That's how I did it:-)

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Michael! You know what ur talking about :) smart man! Thanks for your help :)

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I use a 15/16 socket to remove the oil filter cap.

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