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Bmw 318 ti

Coolant system will not turn of even when motor (car) is turned off, had to disconnect the battery pls help. Thank you

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  • pononga Dec 21, 2008

    bmw 318ti reply frm gregmar 152 to try temeture sensor, it is the cooling fan that keeps on running when car is turn off, would i stil need to try out your suggestion? Thanks

  • pononga Jan 08, 2009

    Thank you 4yor help. i took the vehicle to garage who got a tec in to check the sensor, (as it is not easy to come acros a manual), to check tis out. Ter first concern was the ingition, it turned out tat the barrel needed replacing, it seem tat when the key was turn to be turned off it might not of turn all the way for the coolant system to shut down. No hassels so far and its pretty dam hot wher i lived all the way in Hawkes Bay, the bay with all the sun. So once again i say thank you for your advice.

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Try a tempeture sensor

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