Tip & How-To about BMW 525


Ok, we get asked this allot, "where is my thermostat located" well here is a simple way to find it, this is on all vehicles that have a thermostat, not just cars....Locate the top or bottom hose on the radiator, follow the hose to the Engine/Motor there you will find a little housing, and under that housing is the thermostat....simple's

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