How to Bleed a Radiator on a 2003 BMW 325i?

Answer Car radiators work as heat exchangers, allowing the transfer of thermal energy to balance the temperature inside the engine. The radiator works by means of the circulation of the liquid coolant. To... Read More »

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How to Bleed a Radiator with No Bleed Valve?

Air bubbles can easily find their way into the cooling system of your vehicle whenever you replace or fill the radiator with coolant, creating dangerous hot spots of air pockets. Depending on the a... Read More »

How to Remove the Electric Cooling Fan on a 2003 BMW 325I?

The engine used in a BMW 325i is temperature-controlled via a fan that is attached to the radiator. The main role of this fan is to prevent the engine from overheating by propelling cool air across... Read More »

How to Replace a Rear Bearing on a 2003 BMW 325i?

The BMW 325i is an executive car that has been manufactured since 1975. The BMW 3 series is the best-selling car in the BMW range. The 3 series remains the best-selling car within its class in the ... Read More »

How Do I Change the Lower Control Arm Bushings in My 2003 BMW 325I?

The lower control arm bushings in a 2003 BMW 325i stabilize the rearward end of the front lower control arms to the chassis. Eventually these bushings will begin to tear and move around, creating a... Read More »