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The 2 Series coupe is the replacement for the E82/E88 1 series coupe. Production starts in November 2013 on the 228i (N20) and M235i (N55) coupes. Look for them in dealerships in February 2014. The convertible F23 2 series will follow in the fall of 2014.

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Old 11-28-2017, 07:09 AM
idlab idlab is offline
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Help identify F20 Radiator valve/hose

hi there,
Not a mechanic, Can anyone shed some light into this F20 116i radiator valve? what is its purpose? is it a return line?


I've seen F20 radiators with and without such valve, I'm pretty sure it's not the oil coolant line and also it's not for the intecooler, it being an Air to Air type

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Old 11-29-2017, 03:21 PM
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Well, since this is a F22/23 series forum you probably aren't going to get much input. But here is my stab at it. That is a coolant line for the automatic transmission cooler:


I'm assuming that if you don't have an automatic transmission you don't have a auto trans cooler outlets on the radiator?
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