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How do I replace a oil pump on bmw 316i m43 1995 model

Oil pump replacement

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Slide under your BMW wearing very little. Yell loudly and ask somebody how do you change your oil. See what happens and
keep an open mind about it.

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Low oil pressure? It's not your pump. It the crankshaft bearings. I have never replaced an oil pump for low pressure. Always the bearings. I have replaced them because I did the rebuild or someone just wanted a high pressure pump. Don't waste your time on just a pump, only to have the same results. If you really like the car and it is worth it to you. Build the engine...It is 30 years old.

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Sparkplug gap for bmw 316i 1998

Stock replacement Bosch or NGK plugs are pregapped so they don't need to be gapped. Gaps are usually .035 if its a single electrode...Where you buy your pluge can tell you for sure.

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P0172, p0301, p0173, p1188, p1189code

I had that problem in my 2006 BMW 316i. The timing chain became slack which neccetated having it replaced at 67K miles. Engine was only driving at very low power because of this. Note; Oil had been changed at recommended times.

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Bmw 361i what year model?

Not entirely sure what you're trying to ask, so I'll take a shot in the dark. maybe you're asking - "what model years was the BMW 316i produced?"

If so, it was produced 1990-1993 (with a 99hp engine) and from
1994-1998 (with a 101hp engine). More here:

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Fuel pump will not start somtime after sitting bang around the pump an it starts an the car runs fine. any advise?

i had this problem with my 1990 316i and had to replace the fuel pump. the pump can be expensive but with a little doctoring with the return pipe a cheaper pump will do. hope this helps

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I live in the Southern Suburbs in Cape Town. My mechanic isn't well and I need to have my automatic 1997 BMW 316i serviced. It has has every service - to date. Could you recommend somebody and at the same...

Join up at and post in the motoring forum. There are some very knowledgeable local boys there.
Oil service:
Replace oil + filter

Inspection 1 service
Oil and oil filter
A/C microfilter

Inspection 2
Air filter
Oil and oil filter
Spark plugs
ATF(transmission fluid)
Diff oil
Fuel filter
A/C micro filter

All of the above are to be done with inspection on the braking system, suspension linkages, wheel bearings, lights etc.
Coolant is to be replaced every 3 years, clutch and brake fluid every 2 years.

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Bmw 316i automatic 1996. have had head skimmed white smoke coming from exhust the top pipe from raditor is hot but hard the bottom pipe is cold. the oil in head is a caramel cream colour. have put a new...

You have a bad head gasket. You are leaking coolant into the engine block through the cylinders. This is why you have white smoke, and the extra coolant that doesnt get burned off is going into your oil.

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Viscous fan with almost no resistance

Its a measure amount and if you have lost any of it ther will be the need to replace seals. Never heard of it done in the fiel or as a field repair

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