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Old 12-26-2012, 11:50 AM   #5
ank
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Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Lithuania
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My Ride: BMW 323 e46
I had the same problem a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunatelly, Far away from home so I had to think of something. I took a small screw, for example like this
https://www.google.lt/search?q=screw...zsjSnCPwBR56M:
and screwed it into a small hole in the broken bleeding crew. In fact, I had to use two screws because there were even two small holes. And I managed to drive with this workaround around 1000 km.
So dont panic when this happens to you

Regarding the bleeding screw, it does sell at the dealer (at least here in lithuania). However the bigger problem is to unscrew broken bleeding screw. I couldnt managed to do it so I had to replace all upper hose.

Good luck._nr_
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