Question about BMW 525
Check all of these...... Radiator fan, check if its running in a certain temperature. Relay and fuse. Thermostat valve in the upper radiator engine inlet. Temperature switch sensor, usually in the radiator might be the wire is disconnected or short it, FAN will start automatically. Check ur coolant, if rusted, touch the bottom part after running the engine for 15min., if cold at the bottom, u got clogged radiator! Finally look at ur oil cap, if there is a whitish substance, u got a BLOWN HEAD GASKET! Taaah!
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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