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      03-31-2013, 12:51 AM   #5
Drives: 2011 F10 550i
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Plano, TX

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I jacked up the car, removed 2 shields underneath the car, and and unscrew the drain plug only. Then I let the car down (while it's still dripping) and wait for it to be finished. I drained out about 1.5 gallons (I measured it). After that jacked the car back up and put everything back together and poured in about 1.5 gallons and started the bleeding process. It takes .25 gallon more during the bleeding process. Then I sprayed down the engine with water to wash out all the fluid that came out from the reservoir during the bleeding process. That's it.
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