Question about 1995 BMW 5 Series
There is no easy way, it hidden behind a lot of tubes, including the ones for the auto tranny, if you have it.
Follow this procedure:
1. from underneath drain the system using the blue plug on the tank (unscrew it) on a manual tranny; on an auto one you will have to remove the tranny cooler held by a big clip.
2.from underneath remove the water sensor (rotate it) and the bottom clip.
3.pull the clips from the water pipes (2 top, 1 bottom) and remove the pipes.
4. pull the tank straight up hard - it's held on its by friction; you can twist and bend it a little.
Do the exact opposite to put it back. All should take you about an hour without the bleeding.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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