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Old 08-31-2010, 10:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Help IDENTIFY engine parts!

I have a 2002 325i. I dont know what each one of these engine parts are.
The one in the red has broken mounts on it and the one in the yellow is really greasy. I got the car 2 days ago and didnt buy a repair manual yet. thanks.

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AKAIK on the car left is the power steering resevoir, on the right, the windscreen washer tank and fill...
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AKAIK on the car left is the power steering resevoir, on the right, the windscreen washer tank and fill...
so the red your saying is the power steering resevoir? and the yellow is the windscrren wash tank?
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so the red your saying is the power steering resevoir? and the yellow is the windscrren wash tank?
NO! The reverse; I was using the driver position as reference to the sides of the car... Yellow > power steering, red > windscreen wash tank
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NO! The reverse; I was using the driver position as reference to the sides of the car... Yellow > power steering, red > windscreen wash tank
ok i googled it. the yellow is the pwer steering, but the red isnt the tank. i am taking about the black cylinder like thing above the tank
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From this angle, it's clearly not the wash tank... can you see what it's connected to underneath?
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From this angle, it's clearly not the wash tank... can you see what it's connected to underneath?
There is one black tube running out of the side of it. Mine looks exactly like the top picture. It is loose and dont know what it is. thanks
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Whatever it is has clearly been by-passed; you may wanna get a manual or the advise of a dealer to make sure you find out what it is.
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Whatever it is has clearly been by-passed; you may wanna get a manual or the advise of a dealer to make sure you find out what it is.
Ok thanks for your help. Can anyone else help me out?
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Try looking at realoem.com
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Try looking at realoem.com
I checked that out and it shows the list of parts so im sure its one of them im just not sure which one since there is no picture.
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There should be exploding diagrams to help.
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Surprised no one identified the red/green circled part.
I am waiting for the answer too......
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I know ha. i thought this would be a good place to ask but i guess not. I made an account with e46fanatics or whatever so ill try there too.
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