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Old 05-09-2009, 05:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Radiator Problems...Again..

How yall doing..I have a serious problem...hopefully the experts on this forum can help...i bought a new fan , fan shroud ,coolant tank ,and radiator..i was driving and the fan broke off into pieces and completely crushed my radiator again...what can i do to keep this from happening a third time??..what can i do so the radiator will not move??
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Old 05-09-2009, 06:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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How yall doing..I have a serious problem...hopefully the experts on this forum can help...i bought a new fan , fan shroud ,coolant tank ,and radiator..i was driving and the fan broke off into pieces and completely crushed my radiator again...what can i do to keep this from happening a third time??..what can i do so the radiator will not move??
1st you have to make a stop @ the Dealership.....to pick up the radiator support brackets # 9 & 10 & lower mounting bushings # 6 in picture below:
part #'s are in the link below......
RealOEM.com * BMW E36 325i RADIATOR/EXPANSION TANK/FRAME

Next, autohausaz.com has the Behr radiator for $166.69 & the fan for $23.50.....

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Question: I dont have any of these brackets that are in the diagram..lower or upper..should i pop and just get all of them??..Cuz i have nothing where the radiator is..just a empty space..no brackets..nothing..
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