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Bmw 3 Series Coolant Expansion Tanks

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From Aug 2006 to Jun 2011

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From Jun 2006 to Jun 2011

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From Jan 2005 to Dec 2011

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From Sep 2005 to Jun 2011

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bmw 3 Series Compact

From Jun 2001 to Feb 2005

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bmw 3 Series Convertible

From Apr 2000 to Dec 2007

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bmw 3 Series Coupe

From Apr 1999 to Apr 2005

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From Oct 1999 to Feb 2005

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From Feb 1998 to Apr 2005

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bmw 3 Series Touring

From Jan 1995 to Oct 1999

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bmw 3 Series Compact  coolant expansion tanks

bmw 3 Series Compact

From Mar 1994 to Aug 2000

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bmw 3 Series Convertible  coolant expansion tanks

bmw 3 Series Convertible

From Mar 1993 to Apr 1999

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From Mar 1992 to Apr 1999

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From Sep 1990 to Feb 1998

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From Jul 1987 to Oct 1994

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Bmw 3 Series Coolant Expansion Tanks

Bmw 3 Series Coolant Expansion Tanks Available Here. Your vehicle’s radiator scatters the heat that your coolant (antifreeze) has absorbed from the engine. It holds a large amount of water in tubes and tanks, one of which is the expansion or overflow tank. This plastic container is connected to the radiator by means of an overflow tube and provides extra storage space for the antifreeze when it expands and overflows the radiator. Without it the excess antifreeze would flow out onto the ground. As your engine cools off, a vacuum forms and the antifreeze is sucked back into the cooling system. The expansion tank also removes air bubbles from the system, keeping the radiator full at all times and making the antifreeze more efficient in absorbing engine heat. Common signs of a faulty coolant expansion tank include needing to constantly add coolant, finding coolant leaks, and the engine overheating.