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Liqui Moly
2011 BMW 550i Power Steering Fluid Liqui Moly

P311-3F67615    20038  New

Qty:
$14.08
Liqui Moly Power Steering Fluid
  • 1L 345.0 9.55550-AG3 CHF11S Fully Synthetic G 002 000 G 004 000 Synthetic WSS M2C 204-A ZF TE-ML 02K
Brand: Liqui Moly
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2011 - BMW 550i F10
Liqui Moly
2008 BMW Alpina B7 Power Steering Fluid Liqui Moly

P311-3F67615    20038  New

Qty:
$14.08
Liqui Moly Power Steering Fluid
  • 1L 345.0 9.55550-AG3 CHF11S E65 Fully Synthetic G 002 000 G 004 000 Synthetic WSS M2C 204-A ZF TE-ML 02K
Brand: Liqui Moly
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2008 - BMW Alpina B7 E65
Liqui Moly
2008 BMW 760Li Power Steering Fluid Liqui Moly

P311-3F67615    20038  New

Qty:
$14.08
Liqui Moly Power Steering Fluid
  • 1L 345.0 9.55550-AG3 CHF11S E66 Fully Synthetic G 002 000 G 004 000 Synthetic WSS M2C 204-A ZF TE-ML 02K
Brand: Liqui Moly
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2008 - BMW 760Li E66
CRP
1992 BMW 320i Power Steering Fluid 6 Cyl 2.0L CRP

P311-20AF778    1058107  New

Qty:
$20.50
CRP Power Steering Fluid
  • Pentosin ATF 1 Automatic Transmission Fluid for ECCC exc. CVT and DCT.
  • ATF1, w/Reservoir Cap Marked ATF; 1 L
  • Pentosin ATF 1 is a fully synthetic high performance Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) for life-time application in automatic gear boxes. Pentosin ATF 1 is formulated by means of the best commercially available synthetic base oils and additive components. A high performance shear stable VI-Improver plus modern antiwear chemistry and friction modifiers guarantee a sound stable friction performance in modern automatic transmissions equipped with an electronically controlled converter clutch.
Brand: CRP
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1992 - BMW 320i L 6 Cyl 2.0L 121 1990
CRP
1992 BMW 320i Power Steering Fluid 6 Cyl 2.0L CRP

P311-277FE96    1058206  New

Qty:
$69.69
CRP Power Steering Fluid
  • Pentosin ATF 1 Automatic Transmission Fluid for ECCC exc. CVT and DCT.
  • ATF1, w/Reservoir Cap Marked ATF; 5 L
  • Pentosin ATF 1 is a fully synthetic high performance Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) for life-time application in automatic gear boxes. Pentosin ATF 1 is formulated by means of the best commercially available synthetic base oils and additive components. A high performance shear stable VI-Improver plus modern antiwear chemistry and friction modifiers guarantee a sound stable friction performance in modern automatic transmissions equipped with an electronically controlled converter clutch.
Brand: CRP
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1992 - BMW 320i L 6 Cyl 2.0L 121 1990
Febi
1991 BMW 850i Power Steering Fluid Febi - CHF 7.1 - 1 Liter

P311-2A702E4    W0133-1631734  New

Qty:
$32.71
Febi Power Steering Fluid
  • Conventional Mineral
  • Hydraulic Fluid 7.1 1 Liter Pentosin CHF 7.1
  • Pentosin CHF 7.1 Hydraulic Fluid formulated for power steering, rear axle steering, level control, hydro-pneumatic suspension and shock absorbers. Never mix with ATF fluids, CHF 11S or CHF 202.
  • CHF 7.1 - 1 Liter
Brand: Febi
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1991 - BMW 850i
Pentosin
1992 BMW 525i Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 1 Liter

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • CHF 11S - To ensure proper fluid is used check label near Fluid Reservoir or Cap.
  • CHF 11S - 1 Liter
Brand: Pentosin
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Vehicle
1992 - BMW 525i
Pentosin
1992 BMW 525i Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 20 Liters

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • Pentosin CHF 11S Hydraulic Fluid formulated for power steering, rear axle steering, level control, hydro-pneumatic suspension and shock absorbers. Never mix with ATF fluids. CHF 11S and CHF 202 are fully compatible in power steering systems.
  • CHF 11S - 20 Liters
Brand: Pentosin
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Vehicle
1992 - BMW 525i
Pentosin
2016 BMW X6 Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 1 Liter

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • CHF 11S - 1 Liter
Brand: Pentosin
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2016 - BMW X6
Pentosin
2016 BMW Alpina B6 Gran Coupe Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 20 Liters

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

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Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • CHF 11S - 20 Liters
Brand: Pentosin
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2016 - BMW Alpina B6 Gran Coupe
Pentosin
2006 BMW Z4 Power Steering Fluid 6 Cyl 3.2L Pentosin - CHF 11S - 1 Liter

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • with Active Steering / Active Roll System
  • CHF 11S - 1 Liter
Brand: Pentosin
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2006 - BMW Z4 L 6 Cyl 3.2L - 3246
Pentosin
2006 BMW Z4 Power Steering Fluid 6 Cyl 3.2L Pentosin - CHF 11S - 20 Liters

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

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$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • with Active Steering / Active Roll System
  • CHF 11S - 20 Liters
Brand: Pentosin
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2006 - BMW Z4 L 6 Cyl 3.2L - 3246
Pentosin
2011 BMW M3 Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 1 Liter

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • Production: 03/01/2011-, with Active Steering / Active Roll System
  • CHF 11S - 1 Liter
Brand: Pentosin
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2011 - BMW M3 Fr:03-01-11
Pentosin
2011 BMW M3 Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 20 Liters

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • Production: 03/01/2011-, with Active Steering / Active Roll System
  • CHF 11S - 20 Liters
Brand: Pentosin
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2011 - BMW M3 Fr:03-01-11
Pentosin
2011 BMW M3 Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 1 Liter

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • Production: -02/28/2011, with Active Steering / Active Roll System
  • CHF 11S - 1 Liter
Brand: Pentosin
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2011 - BMW M3 To:02-28-11
Pentosin
2011 BMW M3 Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 20 Liters

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • Production: -02/28/2011, with Active Steering / Active Roll System
  • CHF 11S - 20 Liters
Brand: Pentosin
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2011 - BMW M3 To:02-28-11
Pentosin
1993 BMW M5 Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 1 Liter

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • with Hydraulic Fluid Pentosin CHF 11 S
  • CHF 11S - 1 Liter
Brand: Pentosin
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1993 - BMW M5
Pentosin
1993 BMW M5 Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 20 Liters

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • with Hydraulic Fluid Pentosin CHF 11 S
  • CHF 11S - 20 Liters
Brand: Pentosin
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Vehicle
1993 - BMW M5
Pentosin
2014 BMW X5 Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 1 Liter

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • For vehicles equipped with Active Steering (S217A), Adaptive Suspension (P7SZA), or Dynamic Drive (S2VPA)
  • CHF 11S - 1 Liter
Brand: Pentosin
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2014 - BMW X5
Pentosin
2014 BMW X5 Power Steering Fluid Pentosin - CHF 11S - 20 Liters

P311-3B00C63    W0133-1850220  New

Qty:
$22.39
Pentosin Power Steering Fluid
  • Full Synthetic
  • For vehicles equipped with Active Steering (S217A), Adaptive Suspension (P7SZA), or Dynamic Drive (S2VPA)
  • CHF 11S - 20 Liters
Brand: Pentosin
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2014 - BMW X5

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Car Making Weird Noise when I turn?

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Question From carminejg3 on Car Making Weird Noise when I turn?

Hi,

I wanted to see if someone might know what this noise is? Most times when I turn my steering wheel I hear a weird almost grinding noise coming from behind the steering column. The only thing is it's not all the time just sometimes it happens.. Do you think it might be lower power steering fluid. Or is it something else? Also when this happens if i press in the gas I could feel some vibrations through the floor.

Any Ideas?

**Added 3-9-2005**
Actually this morning driving into work when i turned the wheel and the noise came back, I noticed it would get louder or quieter if i press the gas, even when stopped...

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If the car can make this noise while stopped it kind of rules out CV joints and certainly the PS fluid needs to be checked and full. If down you really should find out why. PS pumps can go bad even when full. Before you go too nuts, try changing the fluid in it and hopefully if that's it it will help. Good Luck, Tom Greenleaf

Response From carminejg3

Hi Tom,

I'm going to try getting some power steering fluid today and hopfully that does it. I'll let you know how it goes.

Response From carminejg3

Well it seemed to help on the way home no noise yet... I thought it was weird that power steering fluid would just disappear like that, do you think I might have a leak or is that normal that over time the fluid would just leak out?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Leak not normal but there is a product that I have had luck with that has been harmless to use in moderation, and has sealed small leaks. If a hose - they should be replaced. Keep some proper fluid with you and a funnel to put it in if needed till this gets permanantly solved. Good luck, Tom Greenleaf

Response From carminejg3

Thanks Tom,

This did the trick. So far no noise. I'm also keeping some extra stuff in the trunk in case I go low again.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hi - we're getting to be quite the CarJunky pen pals here! If you have a slow leak - mentioned that a product is out there but rare that might work and hasn't hurt anything I've used it in.

I'd like to see folks buy things from this site but it wouldn't be worth the shipping. It's called Trans-X for both PS and Automatic transmissions. I drive a car with 205K that had a tough sector shaft leak, and it took a few tries but it quit leaking PS and has been fine for 55K!!

Funny - I keep fluids and oils in all my car's trunks even when they have no problem! Be well,

Response From carminejg3 Top Rated Answer

Hey Tom,

I don't think this site sells that stuff, only really sells car performance parts and replacement car stuff.

Funny you mention the 205k miles, my car the BMW has 195k and going strong. It really does pay to change the oil every 3000 - 4000 miles.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Remember the old saying "A stitch in time saves nine?" It's true! I bought that car from a friend/customer and had taken care of it for years so knew its history. I would take it anywhere!

Lost count, bet I've owned over 100 cars, few with less than 100K! Never owned a new one and never had a car payment! Nice! Take care,

Multiple maintenance issues of the same type - Mechanic goes out of business. Help!

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Question From tek0011 on Multiple maintenance issues of the same type - Mechanic goes out of business. Help!

I purchased a 2001 530i with 65,008 miles on it, clean title, 1 owner, good history.
Since then I have put over $4,000 of maintenance into the vehicle and some issues have been fixed multiple times. Those same issues are arising again and I am wondering if there is anything I can do as a consumer?
The mechanic that has done all the work is now out of business and I can't even seem to get the warranty's to have another mechanic do the repairs (that is if warranties are even transferable to other shops?)

9/3/10 - 65,008 miles - Vehicle Purchase (1,000 mile 30 day warranty)

9/20/10 - 66,145 miles (past the 1,000 mile warranty): Check Engine light comes on - Scan reveals the following codes: Fuel Trim codes-228, 203, 227, 202. Miss fire codes-242, 243, 241, 240. O2 Sensor code-189.
Smoke tested and major leaks are found.

10/15/2010 - 67,382 miles - Car idles around 200rpm, shakes while accelerating, major lack of power:
Smoke test is performed. Intake Manifold Runner Valve replaced

10/18/2010 - 67,432 miles - Same problem. car idles around 200rpm, shakes while accelerating, major lack of power:
Crankcase vent valve replaced, vacuum hoses replaced, car now starts leaking oil from back passenger side of valve cover. Valve gasket replaced. Smoke test passes.

10/21/2010 - 67,460 miles - Same problem. Car idles around 200rpm, shakes while accelerating, major lack of power, oil leaking from valve cover:
Valve gasket replaced again. Fuel injector #3 replaced. Power and idle issues stop.

12/9/2010 - 69,461 miles - Temperature sky rockets. Code 168 for Thermostat, 189 for insufficient heat output and 222 for o2 sensor not active, oil still leaking from back passenger side of valve cover:
Thermostat replaced, Engine cleaned.

12/15/2010 - 69,557 miles - Major Oil leak from back passenger side of valve cover:
Gasket replaced along with Cylinder Head Cover.

1/7/2011 - 70,450 miles - No more oil leak. Now Vanos oil line is leaking as is power steering fluid.

2/15/2011 - 72,106 miles - No oil leaks, belts start to squeal showing signs of coolant leak from thermostat or water pump. Codes for lean fuel and o2 sensor:
All belts replaced, thermostat replaced again, oil cap replaced, air filters, o2 sensor, synthetic oil change, oil filter all replaced.

3/4/2011 - 72,806 miles - Coolant leak again.
Water pump replaced.

8/4/2011 - 80,282 miles - Coolant leak again.
Water pump and thermostat replaced again.

8/20/2011 - 80,921 miles - Coolant leak again.
Coming from same place. Call mechanic. Mechanic is out of business.

It is now November and I still have a coolant leak coming from water pump, which requires about 2-3 cups of coolant each morning. This is the 3rd time I am having the same issue. Not to mention the belts squeal non stop now, due to having so much coolant leaked on to them.

Can someone please help me with what my options are at this point? This is the 1st used car I have purchased and the first BMW I have owned.
This is close the the worst issue I have ever dealt with in my life.

Total cost to date: $4,084.98 in maintenance.

What can I do? Contact a lawyer? Contact BMW to have another mechanic replace the parts under warranty? Sue the owner of the shop that went out of business? Contact BMW directly and tell them about this?
I am so lost right now, I just wish the car would go away.

Any help at all, is much much appreciated no matter how small the consideration.
Thank you so much.

TL;DR - I have spent over $4,000 in maintenance on my vehicle and the same problem keeps happening. What can I do?

Response From samg.

You wonder why he's out of business? haha

I doubt this was a dealer, I really doubt a bmw dealer would make you go through this much stuff. I bet it was a ind. shop. It sounds to me like maybe he went a bit crazy on the engine when he replaced the water pump with a grinder, seen it too many times. Or, though i'm not familiar with bmw engines specificly, I'd wonder if you don't have a water jacket leak. Are the water pumps on those acces belt drivin or timing belt drivin?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Tons of bad luck. Was this a BMW dealership now out of biz? Read the warranty fine print but think you are screwed. Seems like this car had a serious overheat even before you got it and cracked pars.

Multiple replacements of same parts is nuts. There has to be a common denominator if legit and something missed OR tech wasn't wasting any time checking out why.

If whole shop is out of biz they probably owe everyone in the area too for something too - tons more than 4 grand but I can only guess.

Contact BMW and see what they say,

T

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

If this was a dealer, then the BMW might do something, it would be a long shot since they are independently owned...

I guess I misread the original post, I was under the impression this was an independent shop.....

Response From Hammer Time

You might want to contact the BMW zone office if this was a BMW dealer. They may have some leverage on the old dealer.

Response From Sidom

With the shop being out of business, there really isn't much you can do. All the warranties would be with that shop. Shops don't warranty other shops work.

I'm not a legal expert but even if there was some open avenue to purse on an out of business shop, if there is no money left, then getting a judgment would be a "hollow" victory and in the process you would've more than likely racked up way more in legal fees than what you are going after....

I don't have both sides so all I can go off of is what you posted.

In the future, it would be best to find a shop that is trained & tooled to work on your make. Some shops say they "work on everything" when in fact with some makes they are way in over their head.

Find a shop that is qualified to do Euro (they aren't going to be the cheapest). Talk to friends & co workers, see who they use & like. You can go to ase.com or iatn.net, they have shop locators you can look at. Any shop affiliated with these sites is at least attempting to better themselves & keep up with the times. You can check out the better business bureau.

Once you find someone you trust & does good work, stick with them. Keeping in mind that everyone has problems from time to time. Also sometimes other things will fail that has nothing to do with previous work.... A problem or 2 is no reason to fire a good shop BUT if it's a case of incompetence, then yes finding another shop would be in order...

Like I said I can only go off what you posted & don't have the whole story BUT my gut tells me, they were guessing on the driveability problem and have missed the real root of the coolant leak.....Just a guess.....

Good luck, hope this works out for you. Try not to dwell too much on this bad experience or throwing good money after bad. Chalk it up to a lesson learned, keeping mind that not everyone out there is a bad guy.