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Old 11-17-2017, 05:51 PM   #1
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Hello just joined and im glad to be part of this.
I already have a question. I have a 95 318ti i replaced the tstat. Problem is that the aluminum housing cracked. Im wondering if i installed the seal correctly. So my question is. Does the seal go between the tstat amd housing gasket? Thanks in advance
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Hello just joined and im glad to be part of this.
I already have a question. I have a 95 318ti i replaced the tstat. Problem is that the aluminum housing cracked. Im wondering if i installed the seal correctly. So my question is. Does the seal go between the tstat amd housing gasket? Thanks in advance
Did you torque it down?
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I did not maybe a combination of age and incorrect torque. Do you know the specs
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