Question about 1999 BMW 318 ti
U already have a BUSTED head gasket and maybe a WARPED head. The solution would be removal of the head, replacing the gasket and shaving the cylinder head! But if u insist, try RE-TORQUEiNG/TiGHTENiNG the head bolts w/ additional ft/lbs until the desired compression to fix the LEAK. The other one is BUYiNG an additive coolalnt SEALER, have used this ones for emergency, but it will only last for a couple of weeks, and will somehow block the RADiATOR FiNS! At the age of ur car, it needs a NEW GASKET, so that it last for more years! Hope that might help u out!
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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