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Over heating is it wise to run the car w/out a themostat

Its a 92 525it e34

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Hi!
I have a 525Tds Touring E34 from your very brief description It is never wise to run a vehicle causing it to overheat as allsorts of damage can occur i.e. softened piston rings, valve burn out and possible Cylinder head warpage.
I would have the vehicle checked a.s.a.p.
Good luck,
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Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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