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Bmw e36 323i heat guage rises when car drives more than 10min

The car gets hot and i fitted a new waterpump.Could it be the fan? Isnt it a clutch fan?

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Need to bleed the system

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The fan/clutch assy has left hand thread. Loosen by turning clockwise.

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Headgasket must be checked. and check that you have enough radiator fluid. Also check for warped/cracked cylinder head.

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It could be several reasons...1. make sure you dont have to bleed the coolant system, on some cars you have too, because there is air in the system, and the car will overheat..2. Your waterpump maybe bad also..3. Double check your coolant temp sensor, and or coolant temp switch..maybe faulty..4. Check your radiator cap...seal could be bad, and not sealing correctly...Question..How long does it take before it overheats...and are you getting any white or grey smoke out of the tailpipe? If so, then your head gasket is blown...Goodluck

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Hi there, it sounds like you have a couple of things possibly, with an attempt to fix by a part replacement, and a good choice for a guess in the thermostat, and in most cases probably would have fixed it. But not your car right?The next step then I think would be to thoroughly inspect your cooling system, grab a Flashlight and check all fittings/clamps-tighten if loose, check hose's and radiator (if radiator is plastic it could have a hairline crack) check with car running and with it off, while running and in Park, remember to put on your emergency brake. Check reservoir cap, the cooling systems operate under pressure, and the cap on reservoir is important for system to operate correctly. If you have just been adding water and not coolant, your engine will heat up quicker, coolant serves as a lubricant for cooling system and engine block and as a system fluid needed for engine to operate to specs. Check coolant if any, if not add some immediately, get the already diluted type. Keep an eye on your temp guage when driving, if temp begins to rise, turn your car heat on high, and you should see your temp guage go down.If you are going through fluid you more than likely have a leak.If waterpump is leaking, it will need replaced immediately. waterpump leaking, in most cases you will notice a small puddle of water under center of engine area

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Suspect #1 - air in cooling system. These can require several bleeding attempts to get all the air out. If the overflow reservoir is old and cracked inside, it will keep getting air back into the system.
Suspect #2 - radiator plugged internally with mineral deposits from hard water or silicates from using the wrong coolant. Does the radiator feel hot all over when the car is hot?
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