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Old 10-23-2012, 12:33 AM   #7
DEATH2000
 
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Name: DEATH2000
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Join Date: May 2005
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Rate My Car: 111 / 340
Your Ride: 1998 E36 328i sedan
You have replaced everything that would normally cause an overheating issue. The coolant entering the radiator should be hot, and the coolant leaving should be cold, to cool the engine. When you feel and squeze the hoses you should be able to feel the coolant in the hose, and with the cap off you will notice a slight rise in fluid level. Should you just feel air, then their is an issue.
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