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£164 incl. from BMW :(
This is a exchange unit, takes 4-5 days to order.
there is no gasket in the pack, so order this at the same time.

If you order one from germany over the internet: :typing:

A NEW Water pump is around £120 incl. postage. :eek:
and includes the gasket.

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RAZ9922 said:
£164 incl. from BMW :(
This is a exchange unit, takes 4-5 days to order.
there is no gasket in the pack, so order this at the same time.

If you order one from germany over the internet: :typing:

A NEW Water pump is around £120 incl. postage. :eek:
and includes the gasket.

regards
how to orderit from bmw for 164£. in london its 250£.
 

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RAZ9922 said:
£164 incl. from BMW :(
This is a exchange unit, takes 4-5 days to order.
there is no gasket in the pack, so order this at the same time.

If you order one from germany over the internet: :typing:

A NEW Water pump is around £120 incl. postage. :eek:
and includes the gasket.

regards
and how to orderit from germany?:confused3
 

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Wood in Salisbury
London Road
Salisbury
Wiltshire SP1 3YU Tel: (01722) 325 325
Fax: (01722) 333 831

Email: [email protected]


£164 exchange

£250 must include fitting?

Water pump is an easy job.

only special toll needet is the spanner to take the viscus coupling of (£8 from halfords) Viscus has a left hand tread by the way.

Rest are just 10mm socket.

Childs play :p

Hope that helps

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Got it here

Wood in Salisbury
London Road
Salisbury
Wiltshire SP1 3YU Tel: (01722) 325 325
Fax: (01722) 333 831

Email: [email protected]


£164 exchange

£250 must include fitting?

Water pump is an easy job.

only special toll needet is the spanner to take the viscus coupling of (£8 from halfords) Viscus has a left hand tread by the way.

Rest are just 10mm socket.

Childs play :p

Hope that helps

regards :byebye:
Actually you will also need a VERY thin wrench to take off the fan coupling nut. You can get away without the spanner ( BMW tool 11 5 030)if you have a couple of box end wrenches but if you can get one for cheap it would make the job faster. If you are doing this yourself do not forget the gasket and to get new bolts as some of the old ones on mine were a bit rusted. You also might as well change the belts at this time as they are all going to have to be removed. Hope this helps

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Wyl
 

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Actually you will also need a VERY thin wrench to take off the fan coupling nut. You can get away without the spanner ( BMW tool 11 5 030)if you have a couple of box end wrenches but if you can get one for cheap it would make the job faster. If you are doing this yourself do not forget the gasket and to get new bolts as some of the old ones on mine were a bit rusted. You also might as well change the belts at this time as they are all going to have to be removed. Hope this helps

Regards,
Wyl
big thenks:blink:
 
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