Question about 1997 BMW 328
I have replaced the radiator, thermostat, water pump, fans are working, except blower for heater. after idling 20 to 25 minutes the coolant start pushing out the bleeder hole and temp guage climbs to hot. There is no oil in the radiator and no water in the oil? could the head gasket be bad? or cracked head? Please advise I have been working on this all week and did not want to pull the head until last resort.
It's is the air that was left in engine after being burped. Must burp out every little air bubble. Relieve air by opening valve on too of raidiator. Also put heater on full blast as you burp.
Posted on Mar 19, 2015
Did you bleed the coolant lines? Mine was still overheating after replacing water pump, thermostat, and coolant temp sensor. Bleed lines, runs cool no more overheating. 1995 Camaro Z28
Posted on Oct 16, 2011
Clogged with old rad chunks
no white smoke
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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