car is overheating on 1990 BMW 735iL

car is overheating. water pump, thermostat and radiator have been replaced

by in Marlow, OK on July 13, 2010
4 answers
ANSWER by on July 13, 2010
CHECK THE FLUID LEVEL IF YOU HAVE A CAP LET MOTOR RUN AND CHECK LEVEL SYSTEM WILL BURP ITS SELF IF YOU HAVE TO ADD MORE FLUID.
ANSWER by on August 11, 2010
These cars are notorious for blowing head gaskets. Exhaust gas pressurizes the cooling system and the coolant cannot circulate. Mine blew at 200,000 miles. Also, the fan clutch and the electric fan are prone to failure. These cars are good cars but once they hit the 150,000 mile post they have a lot or issues.
ANSWER by on October 01, 2010
Bleed the thermostat and remove the air in there
ANSWER by on October 10, 2010
headgasket if you see white smoke out of muffler.after warming up the car ,if that ......www.steelseal.com
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