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Old 03-22-2011, 07:53 AM
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That makes a lot of sense if he indeed does have the automatic transmission.

Is the transmission cooler not located within the radiator? I would think that he would have to replace the radiator if it is as I don't think that it is a separate item that can be removed.

I would also suggest that he have his transmission thoroughly flushed if it is indeed coolant in the tranny fluid as this would have circulated throughout his transmission.

I agree as well (go figure ) with performing a compression check.

Roberto, I think your engineer friend may have hit the nail on the head. It sure makes sense.

Good luck Dawntrader and let us know how it goes.

Most problems are usually something simple !

Originally Posted by noego View Post
It's Deja Poo - as in, I've heard this **** before.

Calypso Red 1992 525i with 225K miles

1991 735i - Sold
1992 525i - Sold
1995 325is - Sold
2000 528i - Sold

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