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I just replaced a water pump on my 1997 740iL. The car had previously sat for 6 months. I got eveything back together, check the oil and saw it was about a quart low and since i had none I drove about a mile and got a synthetic oil change, same place as last time. At the end of the service when pouring coolant into the radiator, it poured straight out, directly between the bellhousing and back of the engine as soon as he started pooring coolant into the radiator...? I checked the entire engine while still on the oil rack and it stayed bone dry. No hoses leaking anywhere. no where but as I stated above. HELP!

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Ohh looks like u broke the coolant rack or u have a shot radiator head.. Replace the radiator head.

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