About E36 Radiator
As Charles sat at a red light, he saw his temperature gauge begin to rise and his vehicle was beginning to overheat. Once the light turned green, Charles pulled over to the side of the road and found that his BMW E36 radiator had a leak, which was causing the overheating. Your radiator is responsible for maintaining the temperature of your engine, and when it is not properly working, your engine will get too hot. An E36 M3 radiator should not contain any leaks, and if it does, you need to get it fixed. The leak will cause the radiator fluid to completely leak out and you will be left with a car that is running hot on a regular basis. The E36 radiator hose is needed to connect the radiator and should also be inspected for leaks and cracks as this can happen over time. The hose is designed to fit snuggly on both ends and will seal off the radiator from the outside. If you are in need of parts for your BMW E36 radiator, check out the large inventory from reliable sellers on eBay.