Price to fix blown head gasket on a BMW?
How much am I looking at for a blown head gasket on a 545.i bmw 2005
what are you asking here? PLease be more specific ...like - how do I know if my head gasket is blown, or what do I do about a blown head gasket ......
How much should it cost to replace a blown head gasket for a 197 BMW 528I
Most likely you have a blown head gasket.
It can cost between $30 and $100+ to replace a blown head gasket. It will depend on where the person buys the part and if a shop does the change out or not.
Blown cylinder head gasket. The engine burns water.
Do not drive this vehicle at all. Seek professional help as this is a major repair.
Depends on who performs the repair and if the heads need resurfacing or replacing. Also depends on how long you drove this car with a blown head gasket. There could be other damage.
Ill let you know, just towed mine to the shop
Defective spark plug or plug wire. Can also be blown head gasket or burnt valve.
Pretty vague question there. You may just need a new head gasket, or you might need a new cylinder head if you've warped the old one.
The head-gasket is cracked. Head-gasket failures are commonly due to overheating. When BMW I6 engines overheat, the head can warp easily. If the head-gasket is repaired, make sure that the head is inspected for cracks and that is is planed before re-installation.
I know for a 93 BMW 325is 2.5L DOHC 6chy. You might as well just go a head and buy the head gasket set it runs about 200$ at autozone. It comes with valve cover gasket, valve stem seals, and head gasket. But its also recommended to replace the cylinder head bolts also.
instructions for changeing the head gasket on 93 BMW 325i m 50 motor, does the timing chain have to be romeved and what are the torque tolerences for the bolts.
how long does it take
Remove the intake and exhaust manifold and then the head. Replace the gasket, have the head inspected for cracks or if is warped and reverse the procedure. This is a major repair that should only be done by someone who is a professional.
You can visit www.pelicanparts.com and they have DIY with pictures.
Around $3000 dollars
$1,000.00 @ BMW .... Labour alone is 700.00 ... But it's guaranteed for 2 yrs parts and labour.
i need the firing ordere for 4.0 BMW
14 hours if you know what ur doing
My 1997 318i has an external oil leak from the head gasket, I was quoted $1200.00 to $1400.00 if I also have to get the valves done. A little under $1000.00 if not.
If you are referring to the head gasket it can blow easily if the engine overheats. Unless there is a factory defect this is usually why head gaskets blow and mileage on the engine is not a factor.
The timing belt and head gasket are two different things. To replace the head gasket you will have to remove the head necessitating removing the timing belt. If you are going to replace your head gasket it is best to put a new timing belt, a timing belt tensioner and possibly a new water pump. BMW recommends changing the timing belt every 60K miles and the water pump every 120K miles. The belts and pumps… Read More
Typical causes for this car to overheat would be blown head gasket, coolant leak, thermostat frozen in closed position, failed fan clutch, failed auxillary fan or auxillary fan switch, blockage in radiator or coolant lines or an oil leak.
This may likely mean that there is water inside your engine, and the most likely culprit is from a blown head gasket allowing it to leak inside. Check your coolant level and see if it is lower. Moreover, try to limit how much you are driving the car- as coolant in the tailpipe will destroy your catalytic converter.
I was quoted $2k for parts and labor at one place... just bought the gasket kit for about $180 and I'm going to attempt to do it myself. Probably gonna need an engine hoist for about $150 at Harbor Freight and however much for a shop to machine the heads themselves to smooth them out again, but it'll be WAY cheaper than 2000.
1) Someone put it there (by mistake?) OR 2) You have gasket failure that is allowing oil to mix with coolant. Not a good thing. Head gasket failure is the most obvious culprit.
cylinder head gasket leaking.
BMW 545i timing cover gasket
The intake & exhaust manifold must be removed and then the heads. Major job that should only be attempted by a professional.
if you take apart your head gasket and then replace the oil pump then you might not even have to adjust your suspension
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Most likely, your head gasket no longer seals properly. Coolant and oil normally circulate through separate channels in your engine. A faulty head gasket allows oil to pass into the coolant channels and vice versa. If your gasket is leaking, you will also have loss of compression in one or more cylinders and possibly white clouds of steam in your exhaust, from coolant getting into the cylinders.
Oil mixing with coolant? Coolant mixing with oil? Run engine to normal operating temperature, remove oil dipstick and let a drop fall on hot part of engine - oil will smoke coolant will "sizzle" White smoke from tail pipe when engine is at normal operating temperature? Engine misfire from 2 adjacient cylinders?
94 BMW 325i overheats and heater blows cold air replaced thermostat water pump and flushed system what's the problem?
My guess is the head gasket, have same problem. Nightmare
Many things can make your car over heat. I would check your water and oil levels first. Then i would look towards your cooling fans,Water pump,and Head gasket.
I have a 94 BMW 525i and I just recently had that problem. My BMW ran hot, smoked and had water dripping coming from the tailpipe. First thing I thought was, a blown head gasket because the smoke was white. When I took the oil cap off, and there was this chocolate milk looking substance on the cap. I knew then that I blew a head gasket. Check your oil cap for this substance and… Read More
Usually white smoke means that water is getting into the combustion chamber, indicating that you have a leaking head gasket. This is serious and should be checked by a trained mechanic.
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BMW engines tend to be fragile. If they've overheated, they tend to warp a head and even crack a block. If a head warps, the head gasket will leak and the engine will ALWAYS overheat. On the other hand, if it hasn't gone that far yet, you could have a problem with the thermostat, radiator, radiator fan /fan clutch (depending on what you have) or water pump. If it's the radiator, a good radiator shop… Read More
what is the question? why it would overheat???? if so: because -thermostat is stuck closed -or no coolant -or head gasket leak -or coolant system leak -or bad water pump -or clog in coolant system -or ......
If you are losing water, check your water pump, if the car overflows out radiator while runnig ,check for traces of oil in water and if radiator smell comes out exhaust, could be head gasket ,,, probably, a car will get hot in short distance if head gasket is bad. good luck,
If the engine has overheated in the past you should probably have the coolant tested for carbon monoxide. BMW engines are notorious for not being able to tolerate overheating. If there is carbon monoxide in the coolant the engine has a damaged head gasket, cracked head or cracked block. Unfortunately, BMW engines are quite sensitive to heat. You could also have the radiator "flow tested", to make certain that there is no blockage... hey, it's… Read More
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