Question about BMW 325
I think you are referring to the radiator hose. There is one at the top of your radiator and one at the bottom.
It sounds like you had a build-up of pressure from overheating, which caused your hose to come off.
A major culprit for this is a sticking thermostat. If the thermostat does not allow coolant to flow through then engine, it will overheat quickly. This is not good for your engine. I would replace the thermostat. It is inside of a housing on your engine, which the top radiator hose is connected to. Be sure to get a new gasket for the housing.
I hope this helps... Good luck!
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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