Question about 2001 BMW Z3
Removing and installing complete water pump (M52 / S52 /M52TU/ M54 / M56)
Remove alternator drive belt, refer to Engine, Cooling and Exhaust - Engine - Drive Belts, Mounts, Brackets and Accessories - Drive Belt - Service and Repair - Procedures See: Engine\Drive Belt\Service and Repair
Note: M52/S52 The water drain plug is located on the exhaust side between cylinders 4 and 5 in the engine block (illustration).
M52TU / M54 / M56 The water drain plug is located on the exhaust side on cylinder 2 in the engine block.
Drain and dispose of coolant.
Tightening Torque, refer to Specifications - Mechanical. See: Specifications
Vent cooling system and check for leaks, refer to Engine, Cooling and Exhaust - Cooling System - Service and Repair - Procedures. See: Service and Repair
Release belt pulley,Release water pump.,Tighten two screws (M6) into thread of water pump and water pump out of timing case.
Replace O-ring and coat with coolant as anti-friction agent.
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Posted on Feb 21, 2009
I would suspect that you pulled a wire off when you were installing the water pump. Check to see if you have spark
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
Allow some warm water mixed with dish soap to penetrate around the edges of the old ornament. Gently slide a pry tool into the top or bottom center. The hold downs (plastic clips that SHOULD pop) are going to be on the left/right middle. While continuing to pour some warm water and dish soap around the pry point, work the pry tool around the circle. If you don't have a pry tool, use a non-ridged butterknife wrapped in electrical tape. It will take some force to remove, but it will come out.
Please note, you CANNOT re-use the clips. Your new hood ornament should have some with it.
Remove ALL old adhesive from the paint surface so that the new ornament will go on smoothly. Best of luck!
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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