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Old 05-02-2012, 04:51 PM   #35
Tex323GripIsKey
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My Ride: 2000 323i Green

I see what you're saying... since it was dry when I checked it last night there very well could be another leak somewhere in a connection.

Do you see the lip where it looks like the bottom is popped into the top? I first hand observed it leaking from there last night after I filled her up and cranked the car to do a cluster check for the temp sensor.

Since this area of the ET is comprimised, shouldn't I just replace it instead of searching for another faulty leak in the tank? Or can this tank be used, since it seems I over filled it, and it released the extra out of the lip....

also, can anyone chime in as to wether generic coolant would cause overheating in itself? Is BMW coolant specially designed to cool OUR cars better? I would assume, I would like some reiteration though.

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