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Old 11-10-2010, 01:45 PM
injunmort injunmort is offline
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Mein Auto: 1990 525, 1991 535
did you have head checked for warpage? did you replace head bolts when you replaced gasket? did you torque and angle head bolts in proper sequence when you reinstalled?. are you elevating front of car when you are bleeding. do you have the heater on in the full heat position when you are bleeding? any coolant in oil or oil in coolant, white smoke? need alot more info in order to help diangnose. dont just start replacing expensive components until you have diagnosed. all suggestions can cause car to run hot but the bill gets stiff things are just replaced with out knowing they have failed.fwiw.
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