Any idea what might be the problem? Internal corrosion can also cause leaks so make sure to remove old coolant periodically. When the car's coolant gets up to temperature middle of the temperature gauge the thermostat opens up and allows hot coolant to flow through the radiator where it cools down. Since overheating can cause severe engine damage, you don't want to take this problem for granted. Some days are dedicated to certain themes, see below. There's also doors that direct air from outside or block that off, for recirculate mode. Aside from the addition of a fuel injection system, the 325i engine was also defined by a shorter stroke—down to 6mm stroke from the eta engine at 75mm. It's been a week of me recovering, but yesterday they called to let me know it's still there.
It did only took him about 5min to replace it though, so it's quite simple. If you noticed that the low coolant sensor is not working, it could be time to replace the expansion tank. It's not actually very surprising for the thermostat to start failing after racking up miles since it's the component in your engine bay that has to work harder. If it's hot when running down the highway, but cold at idle, that's the problem. Together with these changes and its A-pillar back, the 325i coupe looked liked a completely different car. Your expansion tank may not be the only problem.
It could also be the heater core is straight up clogged. I'm looking for ideas on what I can do to fix this issue. They will balance the tires using computerized wheel balancer - the device will check the imbalance before weights are added to correct the problem. This was all because of the modified eta engine that was commonly seen as definitive of the same M20 family. I have my eye on a vehicle here for my daughter, but I got sick the day I wanted to go test drive.
The same specifications lasted until its last year of manufacturing in 2006. Here is the connection info: Host Port Channel irc. I tried filling the coolant and it would leak after I drove the 325i. The 325iC convertible was the first pure convertible offered in the 3 series and was introduced roughly the same year as the original 325i. The leak usually happens when the car is sitting idle at the garage or parking. This allowed the rev range to open up an additional 500 rpm that boosted power output to 168 hp. It sounds like blend doors are to blame from what you've said.
Two other cars I picked on CarGurus sold the same day from other dealers, so I am grateful and will go today! If there is a significant difference, one of the blower pipes might've disconnect under your dash. When not repaired immediately, this could result to engine overheating. When the car was cool, it disappeared. The temperature gauge should show full cold. Is this related to any cooling system problem? If the core of the radiator is severely corroded or damaged, the only option you have is to replace it with a new radiator. You can have the car serviced by a mechanic.
That's basically everything from a running engine to hot air on your face. Replace your thermostat right away and do a complete check of the entire cooling system to avoid further engine troubles. It sounds like the blower is on, but even at the highest fan speed you can barely feel any air when you put your hands to the vents yes the vents are open. There might also be an electric pump that helps pump plenty of coolant through the heater core I have one that could be broken. Find how right My trusty 325i takes forever to heat up the cabin. Although the 325i looked similar to the original 2nd gen E30, the difference lies under its hood. Thanks in advance for the advice.
The dealership was empty and the salesman said that he was a terrible manager and that business went south when he was promoted to manager. Assuming the engine coolant temperature gauge is coming up to normal about half-way between cold and hot , a few things could also get in the way of hot hot heat. Please report any submissions that violate our rules. That's a bear to fix, because they're buried deep behind the dash, depending on which one is broken. Wheel alignment is another solution to a vibrating vehicle. . If you don't, the fan motor could be broken, but you'll hear that usually by virtue of not hearing the fan come on.
Make sure to check other cooling system component for additional leaks. It could also mean a total replacement of one of the climate-control computers that governs the heating system is in order. That valve could be broken. What you're experiencing could be due to tires that are out of balance. The sedan coupe now had a more steeply laidback front windshield and rear window.
The thermostat and the radiator and the fan blowing air over the radiator keep the car from over-heating. Theme days You're welcome to post anything you want within our rules. The previous record of 7. If the temperature gauge isn't coming up, your thermostat is stuck open and is sending coolant through the radiator preventing it from ever getting warm enough to heat the cabin. Pictures and videos taken while you are driving are strongly discouraged. Take it to an independent shop - they'll plug in a computer and test things out for you - that's where I'd start. If you have aluminum radiators with plastic end tanks, expect leaks to occur at the seams where the core is connected to the end tanks.