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      09-02-2019, 09:45 AM   #1
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Wtb bmw coolant

Hey guys, I was about to do my oil filter housing gasket and realized I have very little coolant left. If anyone in the GTA has a bottle I can buy send me a pm please. Thanks
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      09-02-2019, 11:06 AM   #2
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PM'd. You can also try Canadian Tire, called "OEM Coolant" or something like that and it works for BMW's.
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It's super cheap at the dealer for a concentrate jug.
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PM'd. You can also try Canadian Tire, called "OEM Coolant" or something like that and it works for BMW's.
I saw it but I was still kinda sketched out buying that.
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I suggest going to the dealer too for oem.
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I paid less than $40 for 1 gal(3.78L) of BMW coolant from the dealer.
Mix with distilled water you are good to go.
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Mix with distilled water you are good to go.
I read somewhere that the OEM coolant is specifically designed to work with the chemistry of typical tap water. Distilled isn't required.
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      09-12-2019, 07:30 PM   #8
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I'm used to paying about $25/gallon at the dealers around Toronto - It's one of the only things I buy there. LOL
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