At the radiator or overflow tank. Do not add water, add coolant.
Buick or BMW
Sometimes a car stalls when driving though water because water got sucked up into the engine. This can cause a lot of damage, so don't attempt to restart the car after it stalls. Have the car towed so the engine can be stripped down and drained of the water.
De-ionised water Distilled water is recommended if the battery just needs topping off. Sulfuric acid if the battery is empty.
Too much moisture in the air will cause your car to run rough or just die out. Simple trick - bring your car into your garage or if you dont have a garage make sure its not raining. Grab a spray bottle(any) and fill it with only water. Have the engine running and srapy the spark plug wires (all) and look for arching if you see a little tiny lightning bolt its time to change those wires. Also spray the distributor cap with water if it dies there is your problem.
Depending on the amount of damage a car could be driven. But the car can overheat, water could get into the oil or the engine can be destroyed.
Just like any other car's engine.
at the front of the car in the engine bay
first turn on the car and add the water to the radiator while the engine is running-- this allows the water pump to work and force the water to all the thirsty parts this will help the radiator and the crankcase fill much faster
well i study the 69 dodge charger not the BMW go to www.BMW..com for the answer
you must have the car on a lift or jack stands and level as you will need to be under the car with the engine running. Take off the transmission bolt that is on the side of the pan.The fluid should be to the at the bottom of the hole. Fill with the proper fluid till it starts to flow out. The engine must be running when you check or fill as the fluid will come out after taking the bolt off without the engine on. You will have to fill through the same hole.
The radiator of the car must be filled with water upto the brim, so that the engine will remain cool.
Yes, you can wash your car engine with water.
According to Car and Driver, BMW replaced the M3 GTR's old six-cylinder engine with a V-8 engine in 2001. BMW manufactures both a racing and street version of the car. The street version has been modified to meet emission and noise standards.
The 2011 328i sedan is the BMW which has the largest engine, having a displacement of 3.0 liters. The 2013 335i also comes with the large 3.0 liter engine.
There may not be one. I think that car uses a GM transmission with a lifetime fill.
Take the car to the nearest dealership and have it serviced. You can't turn it off. There is a problem with the car.
If you asking about the engine type, the 325i is a straight-six not a V4.