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Old 05-28-2018, 07:00 PM
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2015 X3 Thermostat Failure at 45k

Early this morning, after driving for about two miles, I stopped at a red light and heard my fans kick on (sounded like a jet engine it was so loud). As theres no temp gauge on the instrument cluster (why, BMW??) and its a holiday, I decided to turn around and drove home. As I was parking, the CEL came on and I was able to pull a P0597 code for the tstat. Isnt 45k miles a bit premature for a thermostat failure? I owned an infiniti that had one go at about 70k and back then I thought THAT was early. I still have the powertrain warranty until November so I'm not stressing too bad over it. But it makes me wonder if this is a sign of whats to come. Anyone else had to have theirs replaced yet?

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