engine overheats on 2000 BMW 323i

engine overheats after 5 miles, needs to be cooled after that

by in Houston, TX on January 23, 2011
1 answer
ANSWER by on January 27, 2011
Be careful and check this engine out very carefully for a blown cylinder head gasket. They will have a slight problem but will continue to cause overheating and ultimately damage the engine
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