haha yep! but where is it coming from? it usualy doesnt leak that much unless you take out a part or something's split! is it constantly dripping and worse when the car is running? or isnt it running now lol
its about to get towed to dealer ship in about an 1 hour. i know its a bad idea but there are no good independent bmw dealers around here. i dont want to drive it with the coolent flooding out just because last time my radiator went aswell. does anybody know if they would install my shocks and springs
i see the problem, the manikin (sp) has no head.. and your clothes look very much like a dress........
but on a serious note.. its kinda hard to see where the waterpump is only because of the amount of stuff in the way not to mention the silly angle you have to look at it., but if you can get a decent look, you should see some bleeding (or coolant) around the waterpump, and the thermostat housing (you might be able to get your hand in there to feel near the thermostat housing for dampness) if you just had recent work done on your cooling system and you actually had a problem with a slight overheat , chances are your gonna have to replace everything in due time.. and there is also the chance that they didnt connect a hose properly.
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