Question about BMW 325
BMWs are very sensitive to overheating, can get very expensive. Bleeding the radiator takes a minute of two, A straight blade screwdriver, just slowly unscrew plastic screw until anti freeze begins to stream out.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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it looks like coolant has been lost and possible the system needs to be bled of air. the bubbling is air returning to the header tank. ensure the system is topped up to the correct level before starting the engine. Ensure that coolant has not got into the ignition system which may be reason why it is hard to start. if so use and water replelent spray to get rid of it and better electrical connnection. Once started check the coolent level and see if it is going down if so let the engine run for a while and then switch off. if needed top up the coolant level futher but only when the engine has cooled. Once this is resovled take the car for a good drive to help heat from the engine to dry out any water that might still be in there.
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