I just discovered hidden menu and monitor coolant temperature, but have not done any long runs, only to work which is 6. Any assistance with experience or advice regarding my Thermostat Heater Control Circuit High code is much appreciated. No petitions, requests for funding. I think it is the fan like an airplane noise. You need to factor in stat changes in to preventative maintainence. Hailing from Stuttgart, Mahle-Behr specializes in automotive cooling systems.
You might have trouble with the slight kink in the rubber hose being a bit tight. Some coolant will come out so i just blocked it with a rag as best as i could. Here is my story: Pls. And if the electronics are at fault, there is no way to rebuild or repair it. So your fuel mileage decreases and the car runs rich. Unclip the cables from the bracket and rest the cover on the engine out of the way. Is this a fair price? There is a clip securing the hose fitting so unclip the bracket and slowly work out the hose connection from the radiator.
Electric water pump on this model is a weak link. It's gotta be water pump, not thermostat. Tuesday morning which is today when I started my car, noticed that there was a loud sound. Of course of you do what any smart owner does and replace the water pump and thermostat along with the timing belt it's no big deal. If you dont hear anything at all or motor spins intermittently, pump needs to be replaced. Fan ran at high rpm like airplane noise when start engine in the morning 50F but intermittent then stop. I wonder if there are any side effects, risks, problems or just simply points to be aware of before one considers having both stats changed in a car that runs fine other than displaying a coldish temp in the hidden menu.
I would imagine it would cover just the replacement parts themselves. It stays near 5 k rpm when cold, 6 optimum temperature, 7 hot. The thermostat is located along with the water pump on the side of the engine. Replacing the thermostat is an easy but messy job. Replacement stock thermostat for E90, E92, E93 M3 - S65 engine- E60 M5 E63 M6 with S85 engine. Any ideas or should I try to add some cardboard to prevent over-cooling in our non-summer months. What that means if you bought the parts and fitted yourself is anyone's guess.
I tried blowing through the main stat but that one is air tight. I've seen from manufacturers' bulletins that coolant temp is one of several parameters involved in deciding when a regen will happen. Fan going-nuts does sound like airplane's flying by. Well it was just an old residue, I didn't see any leak this morning. Clearly and certainly that indy was one of a kind with respect to his line of thinking. Hot coolant will continue to circulate through the engine and absorb even more heat until boiling and the system overheats. Replacing the water pump as part of a regular interval schedule will ensure you always have a functioning pump in place.
And cooling components are working harder than ever. The thermostat might be the likely problem. When doing any sort of repair or maintenance there is no replacement for genuine factory parts. I'll break down the invoice later when I dig it out. I did it in my driveway over a weekend. The cooling system will need to be bled after.
If it's my car, I 'd replace thermostat and water pump. Comments cannot be excessively argumentative, insulting, or otherwise generally uncivil. Oil takes a long time to warm up and is more sensitive to ambient temperature than coolant. Replacing the thermostat is an easy but messy job. Is his car really an '06 E60? Its thermostat starts to open at 86-90 C, and full open is at 95 C. Again, thank you everyone for your help. The N52 engine does indeed have an electric water pump.
At a predetermined temperature the thermostat will open to let coolant flow to the radiator and be cooled by airflow or the fan. Sounds just like water pump. So your fuel mileage decreases and the car runs rich. Do the same again for the small pipe going back to the expansion tank Pulling the clip down and pull out pipe slowly. Monday morning when I was driving to work, idrive prompt me of low engine oil, refilled it Monday evening. I filled coolant up on the resevoir to max,took car to garage and changed out both temperature sensors but still same problem with fan running at high rpm when start engine in the morning.
Any tips for changing the main stat? I found a bunch of dry leaves had accumulated under my E61's power steering fluid cooler. Mission Trading Company is a worldwide leader in the manufacturing of European, Japanese and domestic auto parts. There are 4 ports for sensors so check your existing housing for the sensor layout. The small hose drilled in the thermostat will allow trapped air to get back to the expansion tank. Common symptoms include prolonged warm-up at highway speeds from the thermostat being stuck open, or consistent overheating issues from the thermostat being stuck in the closed position.
Please give me an idea!! The N52 engine does indeed have an electric water pump. Hella is a premium manufacturer that supplies automotive parts to numerous car brands across the world. I did this modification at my own risk to try to fix the problem and it seems like it has worked. Or, the coolant might be very low check cold , or the radiator could be clogged. Thanks I have recently changed my thermostats on my 530d exact same as above but I loosened the top bolt holding the egr cooler to the exaust manifold and decided I didn't need to remove it so I tightened it back up only to find when finished Its leaking exaust fumes even tho I tightened it back up hard, so this is worrying me slightly is there a gasket between the egr cooler and manifold that I may need to renew? Some of which are a bitch to get to. Do not overtighten the hose clamp too much as the hose fitting is plastic.