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Old 11-19-2011, 05:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Water in air filter?????

Hi folks I'm new to the forum.
Not much to speak English.
with Google cut and paste....

go to problem, I have a BMW E34 525i year 1992 touring (europa)
400.000 km.
I have this problem







remove - clean - assemble all
After 1 hour of walking to the car
this look that gets fluid hose




I do?
it can be?
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This is the engine breather pipe, it is not water. It is oil residue that has condensated within the intake and travelled back down the breather-pipe... A good clean of all the pipework might cure this.
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If he has a minor head gasket or intake gasket leak this could happen, also.
Check your radiator overflow tank for oil, and do a compression check.
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