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2004 BMW 325Ci Engine Oil Line APA/URO Parts

P311-3596410    W0133-1662723  New

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2003 BMW 325Ci Engine Water Pump Geba

P311-3ABD170    W0133-1974805  New

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2006 BMW 325Ci Engine Coolant Thermostat Mahle - Behr with Housing & Seal

P311-42D7231    W0133-1662661  New

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Mahle Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Behr with Housing & Seal
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Behr
2004 BMW 325Ci Engine Coolant Reservoir Behr - w/o Cap or Sensor

P311-2345C2D    W0133-1797677  New

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Behr Engine Coolant Reservoir
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2004 - BMW 325Ci
Rein
2005 BMW 325Ci Radiator Coolant Hose Rein

P311-1982FE1    W0133-1625721  New

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Rein Radiator Coolant Hose
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Brand: Rein
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2005 - BMW 325Ci
WSO
2003 BMW 325Ci Windshield Washer Pump WSO

P311-54E607C    W0133-1627048  New

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2002 BMW 325Ci Windshield Washer Pump VDO

P311-19C70D9    W0133-1627048  New

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VDO Windshield Washer Pump
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  • Windshield
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APA/URO Parts
2003 BMW 325Ci Engine Oil Hose APA/URO Parts

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2005 BMW 325Ci Air Filter Mann-Filter

P311-2DF0ED1    W0133-1973804  New

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Rein
2005 BMW 325Ci Power Steering Reservoir Rein

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2001 bmw 325ci

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Question From utfootball4 on 2001 bmw 325ci

Got in my car yesterday tried starting it several times but it wouldn't start after several mins of trying it finally started. The radio, horn, and lights etc were all working. Any idea what this could be?

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

It could be a lot of things......If it does it again you need to find out whats missing, spark or fuel....

In the mean time it would probably be a good idea to get caught up on all the maintenance, especially the filters and have the battery checked....

rag top care

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Question From imjwag on rag top care

just purchased my first rag top and want the top to last as long as possible. Since I've never had a rag top vehicle before I am wanting to know any do's and don'ts of taking care and protecting the top. Also, tips, how to's and any recommendations in products that work vs the ones that don't.

Response From Discretesignals

Year, make, model? The owner's manual should have the information on caring for the convertible top and what to use.

Response From imjwag Top Rated Answer

Please allow me to appologize for not stating car info...it is a 2005 bmw 325ci convertible. The owners manual suggests that i buy stuff from them...(bmw)...$$...and is limited on how to and tips

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Thanks for info. BMW suggest a high quality and expensive (all are) top to replace and quite possibly original now, glass back window with even a defroster in it so wiring too inside well hidden.
By nature owner's manual is going to suggest their own products, made by another without doubt and limit suggestions as they would have trouble knowing how it's used, how often and exposed to what.


Perhaps I'll default to getting either dealer or suggestions for care in total from those that would also make up a new one on what to do in YOUR specific case to make it last as long as possible and stay good looking both.
I consider this a whimsical choice and a lot of fun too that does add some attention on your part to maintain more than a plain roof of course and you should expect that. How long you can keep it right is an unknown to me. I've owned tops for boats, all manually folded up but the same idea still. The last original was vinyl with cloth inside did fail with all the care I could give it anyway as it was folded up in a cover so many times in either heat or colder, wet or dry plus cleaning it constantly too took its toll. Changed that for brand named fabric "Sunbrella" which you could see dots of daylight thru but with that Aquatite stayed water proof and repelled bird droppings as well and lasted till I sold it perfectly but was very costly as it was made to order custom vs original so it would fold up better was a want/need in that case. Changed in that case as the clear glass was plastic too much of it and never folds up well without leaving more and more fold marks over time - not your issue.


Again, a whimsical choice and will take care and can't imagine if you use it a lot that you still don't end up replacing it in time no matter what you do but certainly should be able to extend its life and looks with care.


I'd like this top vs some I've seen. All were black cloth looking and I know the fit is excellent as well as the mechanicals for them.


Bet BMW sells the new top ready cut, stitched for an exact fit to replace it either degraded with time and use or damage for another reason which is great but no doubt shockingly expensive.


Ask for your specific use and the condition it's in now is the best I can do and really knew that from the get go,


Tom

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Watching this thread. Need to know if new or original to vehicle then I'd totally go with owner's manual or supplemental suggestions.
Oh my. If redone already and not much known what material was used you may need to find out from a place that would redo convertible tops and choices you would have.


I can't speak for specifics for this but Brand names of products I've found excellent I'll list a couple.........
Maguire's brand hasn't disappointed me with much of anything.
If cloth/fabric/canvas like still suggestions by the maker if you can find that out.
For fabric and water/stain proofing when 100% ready and clean found AquaTite a superior product. Watch out as some may prohibit cleaning it, harm plastic glass.


Lots to know about exactly what you have to know what to use for what reason,


T

Response From imjwag

It is a fabric/canvas top w/glass window...not sure if it is original or not. Overall, the top looks good and is in good shape, i am hoping for it to stay that way and want to put forth my best effort for maintaining that.

Overheating issue

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Question From polito353 on Overheating issue

Hello,
Last week my gf was driving her BMW 325 ci 2002 and seems like one of the serpentine belts broke. By the moment she stopped the car ( like 5 secs later ), there was some white steam coming out of the hood because some water was coming out of the radiator ( looks like the old owner put some glue in an old little hole and now, due to the heat, the water was splashing out of the radiator ). She said that after the mechanic took out 2 serpentine belts, she was asked to drive for 1/4 mile to a warehouse where they had more tools and stuff... She says the car had very little power. Until here everything sounds normal. But I have couple of Q:
1) Is it possible that in 4 days the battery lost all its power and is not providing enough power to turn on the engine.
2) Why does the computer say that 3 of the cylinders are misfiring but the car still turns on ( with a new battery ) ? ( alternator problem maybe? )

I know I have to replace the radiator, but I not clear about everything else. I am scared to move the car because the computer gives me an error that apparently does not exist ( car turns on ).

Thanks for the help in advance, I will update whatever happens.

Response From Hammer Time

You can't drive the vehicle without a belt because the belt operates the water pump and running it without a water pump can cause serious overheating and possible internal damage. This may have already happened if it's misfiring. The description of your repair shop makes this sound like they may be some inexperienced "wanna be" techs.

Response From Discretesignals


She said that after the mechanic took out 2 serpentine belts, she was asked to drive for 1/4 mile to a warehouse where they had more tools and stuff.




What the heck? Tell her to have the vehicle towed to a professional repair shop that is licensed and insured.

Response From polito353

She drove that 1/4 mile with only one serpentine belt, sorry I did not specify I am not very knowledgeable about cars.
Tnx

Response From Hammer Time

Not very knowledgeable about owning one either......................

So. let me get this straight. After driving it to this so called warehouse and us telling you that was a very bad idea, you then drove it home.

You apparently don't listen to warnings and you have no mechanical ability so I don't know what you expect to do.
There is a real good chance that you have done serious internal damage already so the only advice i have for you is to hae it towed to a reputable repair shop.

Response From polito353 Top Rated Answer

You are not understanding... I know about owning BMW but I will not extend on that argument...

The car broke in point X, after that my gf drove 1/4 mile with one serpentine belt, the other one was already broken and taken out.
Obviously the guy so called mechanic could not solve anything and we TOWED to my house. Now the car is in the driveway and I am trying to get some help.

As I explained, the car is not starting and I am trying to find a solution. I am not in a hurry because I have transportation, but I would like to repair the BMW or call a mechanic to do so.

I was thinking that it might be something avoiding electricity to the spark plugs. But, since I told you, I am not very knowledgeable and I am asking if you guys think of something that i can check.

Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

If you think you're going to attempt this yourself, you need to read this

http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/General_Discussions_F5/IF_YOUR_STARTER_CRANKS_THE_ENGINE_BUT_IT_WILL_NOT_START_P75655/

Response From polito353

I understand... Now the car in in the driveway at the house. When I try to start the car, it makes the initial sound ( goes to 500rpm ) like a normal car but never starts. Might it happen that the spark plugs are not getting enough power to work? What do you guys think?
I checked the oil and does not look like the oil is mixed with water.
No weird lights coming up in the dashboard either.