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  1. E46 (1999 - 2006)
    Ok I know overheating is a big issue with the 2003, 3series 325I, and have read it all. I have replaced, radiator and expansion tank, water pump, the lower hose with the Coolant sensor, the thermostat, radiator cap, new fan clutch and fan I have ordered all new O-rings for the hoses...
  2. E90/E91/E92/E93 (2006 - 2013)
    I have a BMW 328i with a code P13B6, cam and crankshaft correlation. Found oil loss at camshaft journals. Install new cam advance, new Teflon rings and reassembled and drove car. It is still running hot and the same code came back. Suspect the electric water pump or thermostat. No codes for...
  3. E89 Z4 (2009 - current)
    I live in Houston, (where it's hot) and when I take my 2009 35i to the track, the oil temperature is > 300. I looked and don't have an external oil cooler. I need to improve the engine cooling but don't know if I should upgrade the radiator or add an external oil cooler. Any suggestions are...
  4. E46 (1999 - 2006)
    My 2003 325i is running hot according to the On Board Temp gauge. A little background. Car has 104K miles. I recently bought the car and have slowly been doing the due maintenance. I changed the WP, Thermostat, Belts, Hoses, and thought I could get away with the old Radiator and ET. Within...
  5. E36 (1991 - 1999)
    Hi. I'm looking to buy an 1994 E36 318is. I know about the cooling problems and many other problems that will happen shortly after I buy this car. What stumps me though, is that after I test drove the car, the engine was really hot. The temp gauge was reading halfway and coolant seemed ok. But...
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