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My bmw 318ti keeps over heating and leaking radiator fluid. I took it in three times to get the problem fixed but after a day it does it again. Ive spent $800 so far on nothing, they say they replaced hoses and temp gauge, now they say its the hoses again and the radiator fan! Can someone shed some light on this situation for me please!

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You can check or remove the thermostat sounds like the thermostat is not opening.this will cause a blown head gasket.

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