Question about 2008 BMW 528i Sedan
Firstly, check coolant, add to required level. a fluctuant temp gauge usually means there is a migrating air pocket in the system somewhere. the question is, is this a new air pocket due to currently leaking coolant or is it a pocket leftover from the t-stat replace way back when that was never completely bled out? if the coolant already seems at the required level, then the system needs to be bled again. if this does not solve it, then i would again suspect the t-stat
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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