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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may have bad waterpump,the impeller on pump may be borken, just because it doesnt leak doesnt mean its good.also could have exhaust entering cooling system (bad headgasket) if pump is good have a block test done.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
SOURCE: BMW 1995 318i - Car Running Hot
There is a blockage or leak in your cooling system. That may come in a few different forms:
Incorrectly installed thermostat
Water pump not functioning - you may see water dripping from the pump or a stain from the hole under the water pump.
Severely coroded hoses/coolant passages - if the fluid is brown and the inside of the radiator rusty
External leak - you would see fluid on the ground Internal leak - you would see steam/white smoke from the tail pipe or water in the oil (may look like chocolate milk or not), if the oil level is extremely high this would be a good indication
heater core bypassed
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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Check for vacuum leaks with a can of carb cleaner-engine running-spray all around intake and vacuum hoses -if you here the engine bog down or race up there is the leak-too spray around EGR valve.
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