Shop BMW 528i Replacement Expansion Tank
BMW is trusted for creating refined automobiles that provide reliability and superior ride feel. BMW is a prestigious dealer of high end, precision engineered vehicles that offer quick acceleration and superior handling. Would a smart driver shell out a big check on a fine, luxurious vehicle, only to skimp on new parts and components? To preserve the comfort and luxury you selected with your BMW 528i, it's vital to use only the top names in OEM and aftermarket auto parts. Luxurious and elegant sedans like your nicely made BMW 528i are built to be used with care and then given proper repairs. That BMW in the garage was assembled with quality and skill; it should get new OEM components with a similar top level of reliability. If you invested in that high-performance car because it had high-end power and performance, back up that decision with outstanding replacement parts. Protect your car or truck's critical components by buying only the most reliable quality components. The BMW 528i Expansion Tank keeps the antifreeze and water in the radiator that was forced out of the cooling system and returns it after it has cooled sufficiently. Your car's BMW 528i Expansion Tank permits the gas of the cooling system to increase with the rising temperature and increasing pressure. BMW 528i Expansion Tanks provide a place for the radiator's coolant to expand as it is heated, saving your car's cooling system from bursting or boiling over, or fluid from spilling out of the cooling system. For the best service from your car or truck, remember that great parts create outstanding performance - and we stock the quality parts right here. A BMW 528i is an engineering triumph ... keep it purring with our online selection of dependable parts. Shop at PartsGeek any time you require high quality auto and truck parts and receive great service and a great price every day.
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Expansion Tanks available for the following BMW 528i years: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 00, 99, 98, 97. This part is also sometimes called BMW 528i Radiator Overflow Tank. We stock expansion tank parts for most BMW models including 325i, X5, 328i, X3, 530i, 323i, 335i, 740iL, 525i, 540i, 330Ci, 330i, 325Ci, Z4, 325xi, 535i, 750Li, 740i, 545i, 745Li, Z3, 330xi, 650i, 550i, M3, 323Ci, 645Ci, 750i, 335i xDrive, 325is, 745i, 750iL, 530xi, 528i xDrive, 535xi, 328Ci, 335xi, 535i xDrive, 328is and 135i.
Research on Expansion Tank for BMW 528i
Your BMW 528i Expansion Tank is the plastic reservoir that is normally mounted in the engine bay and store the coolant from the engine. Your BMW 528i Expansion Tank is required since the engine goes through cycles of expelling and absorbing coolant as they warm up and cool down. When the engine is cold, the pressure of the cooling system is usually low this means that more coolant is required, and when your engine I warm, the pressure of the cooling system is increased and therefore less coolant is required. For some vehicles like your BMW 528i, the Expansion Tank is an integral part of the system, and since it is also pressurized, the expansion tank becomes an even more important component of the engine and its safety. Since the BMW 528i Expansion Tank is part of the cooling system, when there are any issues it can quickly lead to issues with the engine. Usually a bad or failing BMW 528i Expansion Tank will produce a few symptoms that will alert the driver that a problem has occurred and needs to be serviced.
Signs your BMW 528i Expansion Tank needs to be replaced
One of the first signs that your BMW 528i Expansion Tank needs to be replaced is in case you constantly need to add coolant to your vehicle. In case your BMW 528i Expansion Tank cracks or develops any small leaks it can cause the coolant it is storing inside to leak or evaporate at slow rates. These leaks might be small enough that they might not be obvious to the driver, however, over time if not noticed, they will cause the reservoir to empty out. This constant need to add coolant into your vehicle might also mean there is a leak somewhere else in the cooling system. Another symptom of a potential problems with the coolant reservoir is coolant leaks. In case the coolant reservoir cracks or breaks due to old age or overheating, then it will most likely produce streams and drips, while larger cracks will produce streams and puddles as well as an obvious coolant odor. Another symptom of bad or failing BMW 528i Expansion Tank is if the engine is overheating. If the BMW 528i Expansion Tank has any issues that prevent it from properly being able to hold coolant, or from properly pressurizing the system, then it might cause the engine to overheat. Any issues that cause the engine to overheat should be addressed as soon as possible in order to prevent further damage of the engine.
BMW 528i Expansion Tank Cost
The average cost of a BMW 528i Expansion Tank replacement is between $168 and $220. The labor costs are estimated between $70 and $80 while the parts are priced between $98 and $140. It's advisable that you get a personalized quote that is based on your location, the make, model and year of your car. When it comes to purchasing your BMW 528i Expansion Tank, it's advisable that you get it from a reliable online retailer such as PartsGeek.com.