Question about BMW 325
Sounds like the garage didn't do something correctly.
Apparently heads are a serious problem for BMW.
Here's a brief history and an unofficial description of BMW's position on their head problems:
Here's a step-by-step on the Timing Case ProfileGasket (aka, the head gasket) replacement for reference so you can see what should have been done:
However, the good news is that the difficulty starting and the fuel leak may be just the result of a clumsy re-assembly in fuel delivery bar. Check out:
Now doesn't replacing a few O-rings sound better than having to tear the head off again? :-)
Posted on May 27, 2009
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