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Old 10-08-2009, 12:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi people. where is the temperature sender located on my 328i e36? also got an air lock on my cooling system, whats the best way to solve this?
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hi people. where is the temperature sender located on my 328i e36? also got an air lock on my cooling system, whats the best way to solve this?
Coolant temp. Sensor #5 in link below:
RealOEM.com * BMW E36 328i RADIATOR/EXPANSION TANK/FRAME

scroll down to #10 in link below for instructions on bleeding coolant system
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E36 coolant level sensor replacement
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Another link that will help bleeding.....

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cool. the only thing is, my rad seems to be different. the rad and expansion tank are as one unit and there aren't any sensors on it other than the low coolant level sensor.
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the temp sensor will be inside your front bumper (driver's side). as for your rad all e36 rads are similar so read the links that jb posted to bleed your system. you really need to use that bleed screw that's at the top or you can't get rid of all the air
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cool. the only thing is, my rad seems to be different. the rad and expansion tank are as one unit and there aren't any sensors on it other than the low coolant level sensor.



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