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The head gasket biow from in out smal leak just hissing,bmw

Bmw730/1993/e32,thermostat didnt open ,im going to change,the gasket,but icannot find a manual,is there anithing triky,ihave to now.ihave alitle mehanikal knowlige but i never work on bmw.i use rith now liquid thath clouse the leaks,car did more than 1000km already,but soon or later i have to change it.my question,can i do this withaut special tools. thanks val.

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With little knowledge of engines your asking for trouble !!!!!!!!!!

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Sometimes the thermostat will stick closed. causing rapid overheating. Did you flush the system? The passages in the block, head and/or radiator themselves could be blocked, first start out by changing the thermostat, then flush out system with a good flush of system. if water pump is ok, and there is no leaks, and the coolant is up to par. then it should be ok. have a good one ! if you are loosing coolant then check for a bad head gasket or a leak in system.

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It's possible that you have a bad head gasket. Have your cooling system pressure tested, see if it holds roughly 18lbs of pressure. Could also be air in system, did you bleed system when waterpump and thermostat were installed?

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Well, you could have a head gasket leaking into the cylinder.

There must be a leak somewhere.

Also, the system may need to be flushed.

Also, check to see if the water pump has been changed with an opposite impeller.

This happened to me once on a car that had the wrong water pump installed.

Good luck on this one.

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There are several signs that a BMW has a blown head gasket, such as if the temperature gauge shows the car is routinely running hot. If the low coolant light comes on, even after topping up the coolant, it's leaking somewhere. Another way to tell is by opening up the engine's oil cap and inspecting the oil. If the head gasket is blown, the oil will mix with the coolant and the oil will have a brown, milky appearance. If white smoke comes out of the tailpipe even after the car is warmed, there is a good chance there is a problem.
There are several things you can to help ensure your BMW motor does not suffer from a blown head gasket. It is recommended you change the water pump every 60,000 miles or so and replace the thermostat if there is any sign of the motor running hot. Though radiators are expensive, it's a good idea to replace them every 100,000 miles or so. It is also possible to upgrade to an aluminium radiator on most cars as well as a better engineered aftermarket water pump. It's also a good idea to periodically have the coolant flushed and replaced.
Before you get into all of that make sure you bled the cooling system properly. Check for heat coming from your heater, you may have air in the heater core. Also replace the expansion tank cap and check the expansion tank for any cracks or leaks also. Sometimes you get a defective water pump or the some of the plastic from packaging get left on the thermostat and causes it not to open properly.
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STOP DRIVING.

Go to a shop and ask for a cooling system pressure test.

After they pump up the coolant system,they will point out is there any INTERNAL or EXTERNAL leak(s).


Internal leak is the first sign of blowing head gasket. (NOT GOOD)

External leak can just a small hose.


Start monitor cooling loss.

Start monitor the oil level

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The temp sensor is cheap. Change it at the same time.

Use 60/40 coolant mix is you has high odometer reading like 160,000+ miles


DO NOT ALLOW the coolant and oil cross mix.

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Unfortunately, This Problem is Going to Be Either a Blown Head Gasket or a Cracked Block. Just in Case, Check all the Hoses and Check and see if your Model Has a Transmission Cooler Installed, Hopefully on of these is the Culprit. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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