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  1. 5 Series DIY
    I recently did the valve stem seals, coolant transfer pipe and refreshed all the coolant hoses since I think they were all original. I used Rein hoses, not OEM. Took a 1500 mile road trip, no problems. Today, coming out of work, big puddle under the front of the car. Filled it with water, got...
  2. X5 E70 (2007 - 2013)
    I am in the process of changing the water pump and thermostat on my 2008 x5 3.0si e70. There are two different size spring clips for hoses on those two parts. I cannot find any part number or mentions of those two clips to determine where I can get a replacement. Can anyone help?
  3. E90/E91/E92/E93 (2006 - 2013)
    Hello Guys do you have any tip on how to do this? Part of the hose ,where the O ring is, is still stocked inside the cylinder and it is hard. Do you guys know how to remove it? Thank you. vic
  4. E39 (1997 - 2003)
    my car looks like this picture right now. Plastic bag got caught on fan and torn it to ****. I've bought every hose except for these, cannot locate them on any diagrams. the top one circled with question mark got shred to bits. What is it? part number? Any help please Thanks in advance.
  5. X5 E53 (1999 - 2006)
    on the X5 4.4i there is a black hose that snaps onto the metal fuel lines. It is on the right side of the engine at the back of the engine as you face it and it is about 15 - 18 inches in length. It connects the fuel from the silver metal line to the engine. It is a snap on line on both ends...
  6. E46 (1999 - 2006)
    I recently replaced the radiator, expansion tank and fan only to get the sprocket light come on. I discovered that the A/T oil cooler is cracked and I am trying to determine if I can replace it myself or if that is something I have to take it to a shop for. I attempted to disconnect the hoses...
  7. E39 (1997 - 2003)
    Ok, I know I cheated on this DIY, and didn't do the right thing (which is to replace the radiator), but with a $600 quote from my mechanic I decided to try to fix my cracked upper radiator hose neck. The OEM radiator alone runs about $200 give or take, wholesale. It started with a leak in my...
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