Question about 1999 BMW 323 Series
1992 320i Rapid overheating. New thermostat didn't fix it. Head removed... gasket ok. No apparent cracks in head. Main fan/clutch seems to work ok. Any ideas ? Mike in NZ
I know that this is going to sound like of dumb but I would check and make sure your thermostat was installed the correct way. I had a similar issue once, after replacing the entire cooling system on a 750iL it still over heated, turned out I put in the thermostat the wrong way. Always check for little mistakes first:) Hope this helps and please don't forget to rate me.
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