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Old 05-25-2012, 09:16 AM   #1
h3kt1c
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My Ride: 2004 Bmw 325i
E46 overheat

So far on my 2004 325i, i have replaced the overflow tank, the plastic piece that sits right behind the radiator that the overflow attaches onto, (forgot the name) the tranny cooler, thermostat. All the antifreeze is in there. Sometimes when i drive, and let it sit for a little bit, it starts over heating ( I have not filled up my A/c yet if that matters) but as soon as i start driving, it goes back down to normal. ALSO when i drive, sometimes when im just slowly accelerating at 55+, the car jerks a little bit.
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