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Old 02-06-2005, 12:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Do any of you know where I can find a heater core for a decent price??
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Old 02-06-2005, 04:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Many autoparts stores sell them over the net. I have seen them for 97 528i for about $155. I am not sure what year/model is your car and what is a decent price. Is $155 decent? I think your biggest problem is the labor not the part!!
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The labor - Im doing that myself.. I already have the old heater core out.. I would like to get one for under 150, but I dont see that happenning.. They're kinda pricey.. I still have to check out the local foreign repair shop..
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bmaautoparts.com has a BEHR heater core for 38.06. They have excelent, knowledgable folks working there too.
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bmaautoparts.com has a BEHR heater core for 38.06. They have excelent, knowledgable folks working there too.
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Very interesting prices indeed and numberthree this is decent!!:
Item Number: BM058328
Main Category: BMW
Sub Category: CLIMATE CONTROLS
Qualifier: 535I (E34) 1988 - 1996
Description: Heater Core
Heater Pipe
88-12/89
6/90-10/90
HEATER PIPE
Manufacturer: BEHR
List Price: $40.75
Your Price:$ 38.06
Core Price:
Per Car Qty: 1
Quantity Available: 21

Item Number: BM062876
Main Category: BMW
Sub Category: CLIMATE CONTROLS
Qualifier: 528I (E39) 1997 - 2000
Description: Heater Core
Manufacturer: GENUINE
List Price: $176.00
Your Price:$ 166.88
Core Price:
Per Car Qty: 1
Quantity Available: 2
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YEs thanks Torque for the info.. I think that first one is just the pipe though... Oh and I have a 1990 525i M20..
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YEs thanks Torque for the info.. I think that first one is just the pipe though... Oh and I have a 1990 525i M20..
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yep Read the post above from 1988-1996 is the same part number.

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allright.. i called up bmaautoparts and got the heater core for $120 bucks.. Everywhere else I looked it was at least $160-170.. So thanks guys! Appreciate it.. It should be here by Thursday!
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oh.. and they were really nice too
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