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Old 10-25-2009, 03:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Sensor in bottom of radiator hose

Hi all ive got a 1999 bmw e46 328i just wondering what the sensor in the bottom radiator hose is. Also the bottom hose is luke warm while the top hose is hot, hope someone can help

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Hi all ive got a 1999 bmw e46 328i just wondering what the sensor in the bottom radiator hose is. Also the bottom hose is luke warm while the top hose is hot, hope someone can help

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That is the temp. sensor.....also, may be time for a t-stat change, upper & lower hoses should be @ about same temp. @ operating temps.

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