BMW Heater Core Parts
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BMW Heater Core Parts
BMW has made it a habit to generate quality products and vehicles; all while making the opposition keep up with their high principles. Their dependability speaks for itself and follows into their products, even in their heater core parts and components. Your BMW’s heater core is a small radiator that has antifreeze running through it. The fan for the heater and the defroster blows across the hot heater core to defrost your windshield and heat the air in your vehicle. There are numerous factors that can reduce the effectiveness of your BMW’s heating system. When you have an issue with your heater core, the warning signs can be obvious. One of the first things to do is inspect for leakage. Because of where the heater core is located, below the dashboard, a leaking core will give you two conclusive indications that the core is leaking. Antifreeze leaking onto the passenger's floor area is one of the first warning signs. Be sure that the moisture is not the result of a leaking windshield. Use the oily consistency or the color of antifreeze to make sure this is it. The second indication is an oily mist on the windshield, which appears when the defroster is turned on. As the heater leaks the defroster's fan is blowing the coolant up though the duct work onto the windshield. If you have questions about BMW’s heater core parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are here for any backing or questions you may have.
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You should also examine for leaking hoses on your BMW. Find the heater hoses by opening the hood and looking for two black hoses about an inch in diameter that run from the top of the engine back to your passengers' area. You now want to inspect for hot fluid in the hoses. Examine for clogging once your BMW has reached functioning temperature and the heat has been turned on. Now that you have found the heater hoses, you can feel the hoses to see if there is a flow of hot liquid through the core. If one hose is hot and the other cold, this is evidence that the heater core is clogged. If both are hot, it does not mean that the core is not clogged, but that there is flow through the heater. FCP Euro's upbeat and sharp call center staff is here and able to answer any questions you have or support you may need. If you are unsure about which heater core part or component is vital for your BMW, FCP has a considerable stock for the BMW brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 1-860-388-9001 to connect with our service friendly team.