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3568Re: [bmw e28] Need assistance with Overheating

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  • scott Newe
    May 2, 2005
      thanks I will give that a try

      --- david patterson <benznut450@...> wrote:
      > Do a test with a vacuum gauge and if needle
      > fluctuates erratically when you increase engine
      > speed then you may have a blown head gasket or a
      > crack in head.No clue to origin of your
      > BMW.
      >
      > Regards
      > David
      >
      > newellsb <newellsb@...> wrote:
      > Hi Everyone
      >
      > I am hoping that someone will be able to help me. I
      > have a 1988
      > 535i that is over heating and I have no clue. I
      > have replaced the
      > waterpump, theromstat, clutch fan, radiator, is
      > suppose to be new.
      > I have changed the senor to the computer and to the
      > gauge however it
      > was an aftermarket sensor for the gauge because the
      > local BMW dealer
      > isnt sure what sensor I have.
      >
      > I know that sounds strange but I think part of my
      > problem is my car
      > has a North American Vin number however is european.
      > Everything in
      > the car is metric and liters and all stickers and
      > paperwork is in
      > german.
      >
      > I am thinking of trying to change my radiator sensor
      > for the aux fan
      > but everyone around here including the dealer says
      > that my VIN only
      > had one sensor but I have 2 on my car one for 91
      > degree C and one
      > for 98 degree C.
      >
      > any ideas?
      >
      > also if anyone has any idea of how I can find out
      > what my car is
      > would be great also. I mean north american or
      > european.
      >
      > Scott
      >
      >
      >
      >
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