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      05-11-2012, 11:30 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by bimmer_335 View Post
so would replacing coolant make engine run a bit cooler? the reason i ask is my 2007 has been running a little hot lately. Now its one of the first ones that came out so it dont have oil cooler (yeah i know !!!) ... i've never had coolant replaced so am just trying to gather some feedback.
Well what is running hot the oil or the coolant and what temp are you seeing.

If your oil is hot, its probably cause you dont have an oil cooler. If your coolant is hot you could be low on coolant, or have a failing pump or thermostat.

Usually over-heating results in codes and a warning symbol so if you arent seeing those you are technically within the tolerances.

240's is normal oil temp
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