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Old 07-05-2005, 12:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Sacramento, Cali
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breakin'it'in is an unknown quantity at this point
Please help I took my car 94 325i to the dealer, I cant do the work myself, my radiator blew out they completely replaced this was on THursday last week.(i did minimal driving like maybe 7 miles this weekend) and last night went past my car there was coolant all over the gound. So I checked the level in the reserve tank it had about 2 cups of coolant left. I live fairly close to the dealer, decided to drive it back to them on the way my belt broke got wrapped around the fan broke the fan and the pulley!.
My question is do you know if the dealer would have taken off those parts to replace the radiator?
I checked in the FAQ and couldnt find anything related to how to replace the radiator. Any help is appreciated.
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