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Front of the engine blovk around where the Large Rad hoses connect. to the front of the block.

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Replace expansion tank and radiator hoses on 325i bmw 95

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SOURCE: how do i replace the thermostat on a 2003 bmw 325i

Remove the fan shroud and fan. Disconnect electrical connector. The hoses have a clip that pulls out part way. A little force is needed when removing the hoses.There are 3 10mm bolts and a 13mm bolt. Loosen the 11mm bolt that the engine hoist bracket is on. Clean off any of the remaining gasket and bolt up the new thermostat. Push the clips on the hoses back into place and push the hoses onto the thermostat until you hear a click from the clip. When filling with coolant be sure to remove the bleeder screw next to the radiator cap to get rid of any air bubbles. It is a plastic phillips screw so don't use too much force when tightening.

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there is a in the raideator up hose there is a 3 bot titing to the engen remove it and gaing it

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SOURCE: How do i replace the thermostat on a 2003 bmw 325i

remove fana nd fan shroud, disconnect the upper and lower hoses, disconnect the connection from harness,remove the 13mm bolt and 3 10mm bolts,pull the t stat housing away from the cyl head,clean surface and examine for pitting (ie small cavities) on sealing surface, once cleaned install new part and fill with coolant and bleed air from system,

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Is there a website to look at where the thermostat is located on a 1995 BMW 325i?

You can download a service manual at this site.

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