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I have a 97 328is. should i have the motor looked at for driving it hot fro a little ways?

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No it should be fine as long as you put collant in it and it is not leaking collant anywhere make sure collant topped off

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Hi!!
If you do not have the Check Engine light on, the motor oil is not milky (looks like regular motor oil) and the engine sounds and runs fine, you're OK. Not every time the engine overheats gets messed up.
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