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Old 04-01-2019, 02:57 PM
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Anyone know the part numbers for the two rubber gaskets that go into the timing cover are? Iíve removed the timing cover to replace the timing guides and I would rather replace the two o rings.
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did you check real oem?? they should at least have the part number in a diagram.

are we talking 4 or 6 cylinder?? the only coolant pipe i can think of is on the 4cyl, which is plastic and should be replaced, but doesn't come with any o-rings from the dealer. (ask me how i know....) but is the best choice as vendors like uro are horrible with this part. (again,....ask me how i know....)

otherwise, if you have the old o-rings, most napa stores can match them up, and even easier with part numbers.



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did you check real oem?? they should at least have the part number in a diagram.



are we talking 4 or 6 cylinder?? the only coolant pipe i can think of is on the 4cyl, which is plastic and should be replaced, but doesn't come with any o-rings from the dealer. (ask me how i know....) but is the best choice as vendors like uro are horrible with this part. (again,....ask me how i know....)



otherwise, if you have the old o-rings, most napa stores can match them up, and even easier with part numbers.







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Hey df. Got another question. As Iím putting the cover on I noticed that the bottom of the timing cover sits on the oil pan gasket. I ran my fingers across and I donít feel much of the oil pan unfortunately. Do you think Iíll be safe using some gasket maker so it doesnít leak?


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I don't mind doing a little research but...

helpful is we have the complete specs of the E36 you're working on. Pelican and Real OEM are bookmarked for my rigs, and given you're posted here quite a bit, you probably know this. Just helpful
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