First off, it's a belt not a chain unless it's a "vanos unit". If you are mechanically inclined and have sufficent tools - it's an involved process & I'd advise getting the Bentley Service manual for the step by step procedures. If you're not sure of your abilities or tools required I'd have it done by a dealer or qualified shop. Hopefully it's not already gone bad - if so you're going to need more than a belt. (The valve tolerances are very tight and if your belt has broken, it's 98% likely it's also done some valve damage) Sorry to be the messenger My 91 525 is an M50B25 non vanos engine and it has a timing chain. Your engine is a chain too. If it is broken and it happened while the engine was running there is a 100% chance that valve damage was done. These engines are interferance type and i cant think of any point the cam could be at where a piston would not hit a valve.
If your timing belt has cracks in it both inside and out, replace it!
i dont think they have a timing belt they have a timing chain its like this on a 525 1998 so not sure tho
my 750 has a 525 122 chain
chain: 525 , sprockets: 16/43
I had the same problem on a 1994 525i. Replace the radiator.
If you found the answer can you let me know. I have 1990 525 passager side low beam needs replaceing.
For savage 650 or 400 you should use chain 525. It strong enough to make your bike run well.
Size 525122 links
$525 is about average (without parts)
You need to get it re-gassed, at the garage
It is a 525 x 120L O-ring chain The number 120 stands for the number of links on it (length)
525 meters / 1000 = .525
.525 as a fraction is 525/1000. In simplest form it is 21/40.
30 % off of 525 is (100 - 30 = 70) % of 525 remaining: 70 % of 525 = 70/100 x 525 = 367.5
525 = DXXV
No 525 is a perfect square.
525 times 1
525 cl is larger.
with a standard 17t front sprocket and a 42t rear sprocket the standard chain size is a 525 ( x-ring or O-ring) 124 link.